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Denture Stabilization -- Plano, TX

Secure Your Denture with Dental Implants

Digital model of denture stabilization in Plano.

Are you tired of your dentures slipping when you eat? Is it difficult to speak confidently because you worry about your dentures falling out? You can enjoy unmatched security using a treatment that mimics your natural teeth. We can use dental implants to stabilize your denture, so you can chew, speak, and smile knowing your teeth will stay firmly in place.

What is Denture Stabilization?

Model of an implant-retained denture.

A traditional denture rests on top of your gum tissue and stays in position using suction or an adhesive. New technologies and materials allow them to fit more comfortably than ever, but they will still move around a little bit. Denture stabilization anchors them in place to feel confident as you go about your day.

Your dentist in Plano surgically inserts dental implant posts into the jawbone to act as new roots. Your jaw fuses to the posts to provide a stable foundation for your denture. You’ll never need to worry about any slipping or irritation, so you can enjoy your favorite foods again.

What are the Benefits of Denture Stabilization?

Man with implant dentures biting an apple.

When compared to a conventional denture, an implant-retained option offers several advantages, including:

How Does It Work?

Older woman with an implant-retained denture.

The process of stabilizing your denture will take several months, but it’s time well-spent because your new smile can last forever. After an initial consultation and healing from any previous treatments, you’re scheduled for your placement surgery.

Sedation or anesthesia is used to ensure you’re comfortable as 4 to 10 implant posts are placed into your jaw. Over the next several weeks, your bone fuses to them through a process called osseointegration. You’ll need abutments placed on each post to attach your denture.

After your jawbone has healed, your custom-made denture is attached using one of two methods:

Once your smile is complete, it can last for decades with the right aftercare, like maintaining your oral hygiene and visiting your dentist regularly. You’ll enjoy a lifelong solution to invest in your dental health and your quality of life.

Schedule Your Consultation

If you’ve experienced significant tooth loss, we can help. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation for dental implants in Plano. We will create the personalized solution you need to complete your smile.

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