Removable dentures in Ajax are the most affordable way to replace an entire arch of missing teeth, and many people might think they are the only option. However, while traditional dentures can restore appearance, they are not held securely in the mouth as the denture rests directly on the gums. Consequently, biting strength is reduced, so favorite foods are tricky or impossible to eat, and dentures can rub uncomfortably on the gums, making them hard to wear. At the same time, the pressure of the denture on the gums can accelerate jawbone loss, compounding problems with fit and comfort.
Implant-supported dentures in Whitby offer an excellent solution. Dental implants are placed into the jaw and fitted with special attachments or a bar. Corresponding special attachments are placed in the fitting surface of the denture so that you can clip the denture onto the implants easily.
With an implant-supported denture in Pickering, you can enjoy the security of teeth that remain firmly in place and will not rub uncomfortably on your gums. Durham Dental Solutions can create a denture that looks very natural. This solution is very cost-effective, and it may even be possible to retrofit an existing denture, provided it is in good condition and fits reasonably well. However, understandably, most people will want to know how much an implant-supported denture might cost.
The price of any dental implant treatment in Oshawa will vary from one person to the next. Various factors affect the costs, and you need a full consultation to discover if implant dentures are the best solution for your needs. Factors that can affect the cost include the following.
Number of Dental Implants
Usually, an implant-supported denture only requires between two and four dental implants, but our experienced implant dentists in Newcastle can determine the optimal number of implants needed to provide excellent support and stability. The number can also vary depending on whether you wish to replace an upper or lower arch of teeth. This is because the upper jaw tends to be slightly thinner and weaker than the lower jaw, so a greater number of implants might be needed to secure an upper denture.
It’s important to ensure you have good oral health in Clarington before dental implant treatment. Therefore any problems such as gum disease or bone loss must be addressed. Sometimes existing teeth will need to be removed before the implants are placed. These factors can all contribute to the cost of treatment.
There is a wide range of materials as well as different denture teeth that can be used to make your implant-supported denture in Courtice. Our friendly dental team can explain all the different types of denture materials and different qualities of denture teeth available, helping you select a suitable denture that is within your budget.
Choosing an Experienced Dental Implant Dentist
When you visit our dental practice for implant treatment, you can rest assured that your oral health is in good hands. After examining your mouth and carrying out diagnostic tests that include a cone beam CT scan and digital dental x-rays, we can provide a complete treatment plan, clearly identifying the potential costs of each implant solution available. We can explain each option clearly, discussing the pros and cons and what to expect during and after treatment. The aim is to ensure you have all the information you need to make an informed decision so that you will feel happy with the treatment outcome when you receive your new implant teeth.