Overdenture Implants in Houston, TX
Would you like to see if overdenture implants are right for you? Feel free to give us a call today at (832) 548-1533, and our experts will be happy to help you.
What Are Overdenture Implants?
Overdenture implants are a quick, easy, and secure way to hold your dentures in place. They’re also sometimes referred to as “snap-on” dentures.
The implants themselves are small-diameter titanium posts that are surgically placed in your upper jaw. The posts will eventually fuse with the bone once the healing process is complete, and they act as anchors holding your dentures in place and making them much more comfortable than traditional dentures.
Some patients also choose overdenture implants because they don’t require the constant adjustment of their dentures that traditional dentures do, and when you’re ready for them to be removed, it’s as simple as snapping your new implants into place.
Sounds good so far? Ready to get started with overdenture implants in Houston, TX? Call us today at (832) 548-1533, to schedule your appointment with a dental specialist at Spring Branch Family Dentistry.
Are Overdenture Implants Right For Me?
- Missing teeth
- Persistent mouth sores from dentures rubbing your gums
- Finding dentures to be uncomfortable or inconvenient to wear
- Discomfort or loss of ability when chewing, eating foods
- Limited ability to speak or smile due to dentures
If you’re not sure if overdenture implants are right for you, call Spring Branch Family Dentistry in Houston, TX at (832) 548-1533 today, and schedule your appointment with one of our specialists. We’re ready to help you start living a healthier, more comfortable life.
How Are Overdenture Implants Different From Regular Implants?
For starters, regular dental implants do not have bumps or grooves for your false teeth to sit in like that of overdenture implants. Traditionally, dentures are kept in place with a bunch of pins that can only be removed with a special tool. Overdenture implants do not require this procedure, since they simply snap out at their base when you take them out for cleaning or to eat.
Normally, dental implants are put in for a single tooth. Overdenture implants, on the other hand, can be placed along the upper or lower jawbone and stay there for an extended period of time, anywhere from three to six years or more. This makes the entire treatment process much less expensive, since you don’t have to go back as often.