Advantages of Dental Implants

  • More security and stability
  • Look, fit, and feel incredibly similar to natural teeth
  • Long-lasting solution
  • Help to restore and preserve jawbone structure
A 3-dimensional diagram illustrating a removable full upper denture over implants in th eupper jaw

Discover Removable Dentures on Implants

A Comprehensive Solution for Missing or Damaged Teeth

Removable dentures on implants provide our patients with the most secure and stable denture solution. With the help of implants, you will know your dentures are held securely in place no matter what you are eating!

With dental implants, your jawbone acts as an anchor to hold the dentures in place. For most patients, this is far more secure and stable than adhesive or suction. It’s also worth noting that dental implants aren’t only for patients who are missing all of their teeth. In fact, they can also be a suitable option for patients missing one tooth or an arch of teeth.

We also offer our patients mini denture implants which are less invasive and take less time to recover from. Whether you think full fixed dentures on implants or mini denture implants might be right for you, we look forward to discussing all of your options during a consultation at Strathmore Denture Clinic! Call us today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are dental implants painful?

When you have dental implants placed, you will be under anesthesia so you should not feel any pain. During the recovery process, there might be some swelling and discomfort. Your dentist and denturist will provide you with everything you need to manage any pain or discomfort.

How much are dental implants?

This will depend on how many implants are placed, as well as a variety of other factors. If you’re curious about dentures on implants for yourself, we encourage you to call us to book a consultation where we can give you a detailed cost estimate. 

How long do denture implants last?

Denture implants themselves can last 25 years or longer for many patients. The denture teeth themselves, however, will need to be maintained and replaced more frequently. 

Why does it take 6 months for the gums to heal?

The surface tissue heals faster than the underlying bone, the root system is very deep and takes much longer to heal.

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