Implant Supported Dentures | Snap In Dentures

Implant Supported Dentures are an extremely popular product that we provide. While we do not provide the implant parts, we can leave holes for them. Your dentist will then have to add the implant parts. This way you get all the convenience and cost savings without having to leave home multiple times.

There is no extra cost for us to leave the holes in your new dentures. Read more about our great dentures and place your order by clicking here.

When you go to order simply order an upper or lower denture. Once we get the impressions back our dentist and technician will be able to see where the implant holes go.

implant supported dentures and types

How does Denture Rescue make at home dentures and partials? It’s easy!

  1. We send you an easy to use at home impression kit. Shipping included. Free expert help.
  2. Next a dentist will review your impressions and plan out your high end custom denture or partial.
  3. Finally we will craft your new smile and ship it to you discretely.

What are implant supported dentures?

Implant-supported dentures, also known as implant dentures or overdentures, are a type of dental prosthetic that combines the benefits of traditional dentures with the stability and support provided by dental implants. They are often used to replace missing teeth and restore both function and aesthetics to individuals who have lost multiple teeth.

Here’s how implant dentures work:

  1. Dental Implants: Dental implants are small titanium posts that are surgically inserted into the jawbone. Over time, these implants integrate with the bone through a process called osseointegration. This provides a sturdy foundation for the dentures.
  2. Attachment Mechanism: Once the implants have fused with the jawbone, special attachments or connectors are placed on top of the implants. These connectors serve as anchoring points for the dentures.
  3. Denture Design: The dentures used in implant-supported cases are specially designed to fit over the implant attachments. These dentures can be removable or fixed, depending on the patient’s preference and the treatment plan. Removable implant-supported dentures can be taken out for cleaning, while fixed implant-supported dentures are permanently attached and can only be removed by a dentist.

Benefits of implant-supported dentures include:

  1. Improved Stability: Unlike traditional dentures, which can sometimes shift or become loose during eating and speaking, implant-supported dentures are securely anchored to the implants. This leads to improved stability and prevents embarrassing situations where dentures might come loose.
  2. Enhanced Chewing Function: The stability provided by the implants allows for more efficient chewing, allowing individuals to eat a wider variety of foods without discomfort.
  3. Preservation of Jawbone: Dental implants stimulate the underlying jawbone just like natural tooth roots, helping to prevent bone loss that can occur when teeth are missing. This preserves the facial structure and prevents the “sunken” appearance that can occur with traditional dentures over time.
  4. Aesthetic Improvement: Implant-supported dentures are designed to closely mimic the appearance of natural teeth and gums, contributing to a more natural and appealing smile.
  5. Increased Confidence: The secure fit and natural feel of implant-supported dentures can boost the wearer’s confidence, allowing them to speak and smile more comfortably.
  6. Longevity: With proper care and maintenance, implant-supported dentures can last for many years, potentially even a lifetime.

It’s important to note that not everyone is a suitable candidate for implant-supported dentures. A thorough evaluation by a dentist or oral surgeon is necessary to determine if a patient’s jawbone is healthy enough to support the implants and if there are any underlying oral health issues that need to be addressed. The treatment process can also take several months, as time is needed for the implants to integrate with the bone before the dentures can be attached.