For more stability and support for your new teeth and facial structure, your dentist may place implants before Etobicoke Denture Clinic fabricates and fits your new dentures.
Dental implants are a substitute for tooth roots, and form a stable foundation to retain or even support a denture. Implants can provide exceptional support for full and partial dentures, since the implants integrate with the bone to act as an anchor for the replacement teeth. Dental implants can also help preserve the bone by providing stimulation that was previously provided by the natural tooth root system. This helps to maintain the integrity of your facial structure.
Dental implants can help provide the closest possible replacement for natural teeth and the best way to restore your natural smile. Implant retained dentures are more stable and “real” feeling than most types of dentures. Implants are a proven restoration option with a long clinical history and an excellent success rate. With full upper cases, the denture palate is no longer required, allowing you to taste and feel your food more naturally. Many patients who have chosen implant-supported dentures report that they are happy and comfortable for the first time since the loss of their natural teeth.
Benefits of dental implants are:
Complete Dentures with Precise Measurements and Custom Fit
Revive your confident smile and oral health with complete dentures. Etobicoke Denture Clinic takes great care to restore a natural and more youthful appearance as well as your ability to chew and speak. Our complete services take you through the process of:
If you have one or more missing teeth, a partial from Etobicoke Denture Clinic helps your appearance and helps your remaining natural teeth stay in place. A partial denture is also convenient because you can remove it for cleaning and sleeping. Etobicoke Denture Clinic customizes your partial denture with a choice of materials suited to the look and placement of your missing teeth.
To avoid being without teeth, your denturist will implement the immediate denture technique. This involves taking impressions of your mouth while your natural teeth are still present. The denturist is then able to fabricate a denture in the likeness of your natural teeth or make any necessary modifications you may wish. When your natural teeth are extracted, your immediate denture is then inserted. Thanks to this technique, you have avoided having to go without any teeth while you go through the healing process.
Since the denturist is unable to test out the denture prior to extracting your teeth, certain esthetic compromises may be necessary. This doesn’t present any significant problems and the results are normally quite good. It is important to follow the postoperative instructions of the denturist or oral surgeon very carefully. As healing occurs, the oral tissues recede so denture adjustments may be required. Follow-up appointments with the denturist are necessary. To maintain the best fit and comfort, a temporary liner or tissue conditioner may be placed in the denture. During the next few months, bone and gum tissue will probably continue to shrink to some degree, however, the rate of change decreases with time, a natural occurrence, which is to be expected. As the healing process is complete, either a new permanent full denture(s) will be made or your denture(s) will be relined or rebased to ensure the most comfortable fit possible.