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(386) 246-7619

Oceans Dental Group
3 Pine Cone Drive, Suite 108, Palm Coast, FL 32137

If you have concerns about missing teeth and the impact they can have on your overall appearance, our dental team can provide you with the most effective and practical solutions for these issues. We can provide dental implants, traditional dentures and many other options designed to help you look and feel your best. Implant-supported dentures offer a number of benefits for those who want a permanent solution for missing teeth. The dental professionals at our dental office would be delighted to provide guidance and support for replacing missing and damaged teeth.

What Dental Problems Do Implant-Supported Dentures Fix?

Implant dentures differ from traditional dentures because they are permanently attached to the jaw. Traditional denture applications, by contrast, use adhesives or wires to hold them temporarily to gums or adjacent teeth. Our dental team can perform the dental implant procedures necessary to provide support for one tooth, a group of teeth or an entire row of upper or lower teeth. This can help you to look your best and to feel more confident in your everyday activities.

How Do Implant-Supported Dentures in Palm Coast Work?

Because implant-supported dentures are permanently attached to your jaw, they work in the same way as your natural teeth for biting and chewing. These dentures cannot slip out of place, which can ensure the highest degree of confidence for our patients. These advanced denture solutions are ideal for people who want to project an image of confidence and to enjoy the convenience these dentures can provide.

What Is Involved in an Implant Procedure?

Your implant procedure will require several appointments with our office. We usually schedule an initial consultation in which we discuss the steps needed for implant-supported dentures. The steps are as follows:

  • An evaluation of your bone loss and a determination of whether you are a suitable candidate for dental implants
  • Extraction of any broken or damaged teeth that might get in the way of your implants or dentures
  • An appointment in which your implants will be placed into the bone of your jaw
  • A waiting period of three to six months, which will allow the implants to heal and fuse with the bone tissue in your jaw
  • The fabrication of a denture that looks and feels natural
  • The application of the denture to your implants

Our dental team will discuss each phase of your treatment plan with you and will provide you with detailed information about the costs and expected results of each procedure you undergo. This can help you to make the most appropriate choices for your dental needs.

How Much Do Implant-Supported Dentures Cost?

Some of our patients are nervous about the cost of denture implants. At our dental practice, we take extra care to provide you with the affordable, quality implant-supported dentures you need to ensure the best results. Our administrative experts can work with your dental plan to reduce your overall costs for these procedures by ensuring you receive the maximum benefits. We can also provide you with payment options designed specifically to suit your needs and your budget. Give us a call today to discuss your needs with our team of dental experts.

What Are the Benefits of Implant-Supported Dentures?

Implant-supported dentures can provide you with real advantages. One of the most practical benefits of these dental appliances is the added confidence that permanent dentures can provide. Other benefits include the following:

  • Easier care for your teeth after your procedure
  • Greater comfort when biting and chewing
  • An improved bite
  • Reduced chance of embarrassing slips possible with traditional dentures
  • A brighter smile and a more attractive appearance
  • Clearer and more understandable speech.

Our dental team will discuss all aspects of your treatment plan with you to make sure you understand the benefits of our affordable, quality implant-supported dentures. This can help you to determine whether these options are the right choice for you.

How Do You Care for Implant-Supported Dentures?

Implant dentures should be cleaned at least twice a day in the morning and at night. This can ensure the freshest breath and the most attractive appearance for your new teeth. Our dental experts will provide you with detailed instructions on the proper care for your implants and dentures.

A soft toothbrush is recommended for cleaning your new dentures. By using a gentle approach and horizontal motions, you can often achieve the best possible results. We may also recommend the use of a specialized toothbrush to help you reach all areas of the denture. Please contact our office if you have any questions.

Why Implant-Supported Dentures Instead of Other Options?

These denture options can provide the most comfortable experience for you when speaking and eating. Because they work just like your natural teeth, your implant-supported dentures in Palm Coast will provide the look and feel of real teeth. To learn more about our full lineup of denture options, give our office a call today. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you and your family.

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(386) 246-7619