Towncare Dental of London Square
13400 SW 120th Street, Suite 302, Miami, FL 33186
Have you become the master of the closed-mouth smile because of tooth loss and embarrassment? You may be the perfect candidate for new innovations in dentures and dental implants that can make that smile go beautifully wide.
Dental implants, usually known for replacing one tooth at a time, are now becoming anchors for a row of replacement teeth.
One of our skilled dentists can provide you with a set of replacement teeth that attaches to two, four, or six well-placed implants. This smile-restoring treatment is called an implant-supported denture or an implant-supported bridge.
To determine if a permanent denture is perfect for you, call Towncare Dental of London Square today at (305) 851-6464. After your consultation, you will know:
A standard denture is a row of false teeth attached to a base that rests on top of your gums. The muscles in your mouth and face work to help keep the dentures in place; over-the-counter denture adhesive can also be used. Unfortunately, removable dentures can slip out of place during eating, laughing or singing, if you open your mouth wide. They also need to be cleaned every night, usually in a glass of cleaning solution.
A permanent implant denture allow you begin every day with a great smile. Your denture stays in the mouth 24-hours-a-day. Our dentist in West Kendall will recommend placing two to six dental implants in your jawbone where they will fuse with the bone to create a stable base. A denture will latch to the dental implants, giving you a set of natural-looking teeth that won’t slip or slide or need to be put into a glass.
On your first visit, our team at Towncare Dental of London Square will be eager to discuss the benefits of getting an implant-supported denture. Here are a few of the reasons why people are choosing permanent dentures:
Of course, the biggest advantage of permanent dentures is the boost to your self-confidence!
There are two types of implant-supported dentures, also called overdentures, because the denture locks over the implants. The first type of overdenture is “permanent” as it fastens to the dental implants and cannot be removed.
The removable overdenture can be connected and disconnected from the implants, which remain permanently embedded in the jawbone. The denture portion is removed for cleaning and this option for some may be more affordable.
More than 23 million Americans have lost a row of teeth. If you’re looking a permanent solution rather than a possible slip ‘n’ slide denture, call (305) 851-6464 in West Kendall to set up a consultation with our implant specialist..
Call our office at (305) 851-6464 to schedule a consultation with one of our dentists. Our staff is eager to restore your smile, help you sing with gusto and eat without fear.