If your dentures hurt when you eat or chew or fall out when you speak then implant dentures may be for you! Our practice have found that some denture wearers suffer pain, bad breath, and even embarrassment when their dentures move unexpectedly during speaking or chewing. Mini dental implants to stabilize loose or poorly fitting lower dentures often brings relief and solves these common problems.

How is the Procedure Performed?

This procedure is virtually painless can usually be completed in just one office visit. First, an exam and xray will determine if you are a candidate for dental implants, which require a sufficient base of jaw bone for their placement. Using local anesthesia (just like fillings or extractions), several implants will be placed into the bone. Once the implants are secure, we will adjust/modify your denture so that it attaches with your new implants. The result is that your upper or lower denture is now firmly in place and you can speak and eat with confidence.

A Fix for Common Denture Problems
We have found that some denture wearers suffer physical discomfort, unpleasant breath, and even embarrassment when their dentures move unexpectedly during speaking or chewing. Using mini dental implants to stabilize loose or poorly fitting lower dentures often brings relief and solves these common problems.

So if your denture is loose and are having a hard time eating the foods you love to eat, talk to Dr.Glasmeier about mini implants for dentures!

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