Have you had enough of your dentures sliding, tilting and loosening when you eat, talk or laugh? Dentures can become loose over time and there is nothing you can do to prevent it. Removable dentures can be uncomfortable and they also need refitting or replacement every few years.
There is no need to worry over loose dentures anymore. Denture stabilisation is a permanent solution for denture wearers with long-term health and social benefits. You can now have your dentures fixed to your jaw with dental implants in Oxford. The implants will keep your dentures in place and allow you to go about your daily life with renewed confidence.
Dr Matthew Emmott
Dr Matthew Emmott, our lead implant dentist at Chipping Norton Dental Implant Centre in Oxford, is highly qualified with considerable dental experience. For the last 15 years, his focus has been dental implants with an emphasis on placement, restoration and computer-guided implant surgery. He is keen on keeping up to date with new techniques and technology in implant dentistry and he enjoys training other dentists in how to place and restore dental implants.
How denture stabilisation works
Denture stabilisation is a simple and safe procedure. It starts with fitting dental implants into your jawbone. This will allow your dentures to fit securely on top of them through a range of special fixtures. The implants used for denture stabilisation fuse with your jawbone, keeping it strong and healthy.
Benefits of implant-supported dentures
Implant-retained dentures have many benefits, particularly in comparison to their removable counterparts. Once they are in place, patients can talk, bite and chew with renewed ease. You will be able to enjoy your favourite meals and speak without obscuring your speech.
Moreover, unlike conventional dentures, which rest on the gums, implant-supported dentures extend beyond the gum line for a more natural look. Finally, dental implants allow you to maintain the natural shape of your face and help maintain the rest of your healthy teeth.
To learn more about denture stabilisation with dental implants in Oxford, contact Chipping Norton Dental Implant Centre today. We can answer any questions you have and talk you through the process, so you can make an informed decision about whether it is the right treatment for you.