Dentures – O’Fallon, MO
Restoring Your Confidence In Your Grin
Missing teeth can disrupt the function and appearance of your smile. For patients who have several broken or worn-down teeth, dentures can be an effective method of giving you a healthy smile once again. Dentures take only a couple appointments to complete and allow you to smile without fear of ugly teeth. Implants also allow the denture to be snapped in place, essentially giving the same ability to chew as your natural smile. For the patient who desires more grip and eating ability, implants are a great option with dentures.
Why Choose Twin Oaks Family Dental for Dentures?
- Implant-Retained Restorations
- Accurate Digital Impressions
- 3D Printed Dentures
Overdentures in O’Fallon, MO
If you are tired of your loose dentures, we have a comfortable solution for you. Implant supported overdenture offers stability and retains the denture in place by snapping the removable denture onto dental implants. The strong snapping mechanism keeps the denture in position while chewing. It also allows easy removal for regular cleaning. With overdentures, you can smile with confidence and enjoy your favorite foods once again.
Types of Dentures
The dental professionals at Twin Oaks Family Dental provide quality, conventional full and partial dentures as well as exceptionally secure implant-retained dentures. Our team also makes every effort to ensure your dentures fit securely and comfortably. While new dentures can often be somewhat uncomfortable, we will work with you to adjust your dentures to a precise fit.
Implant Supported Dentures
Patients who have lost their upper or lower teeth can benefit from implant-supported dentures, which are a long-term tooth replacement option. Four to eight implants are usually surgically inserted deep within the jawbone. The dentures are then attached to the implants by your O'Fallon dentist. They are secure in their place and allow you to eat food items that regular dentures don't allow. However, to be the right candidate for the procedure, you must have a significant portion of jawbone. Otherwise, additional procedures such as bone grafts could be recommended. The oral health benefits of these dentures are many and they could prevent further dental complications in the future.