Implant Dentures In Napa

Implant Dentures
in Napa, CA

Implant dentures are a revolutionary dental treatment that combines the stability of dental implants with the full-mouth restoration of dentures. This treatment is designed for individuals who have lost most or all of their teeth but want a more secure and comfortable alternative to traditional dentures. Implant dentures are anchored to the jawbone using dental implants, providing a firm, secure fit that won't slip or move around. This not only improves the wearer's comfort but also enhances their ability to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.

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Why Should I Get Implant Dentures?

If you're tired of the discomfort and inconvenience of traditional dentures, implant dentures could be the solution you've been looking for. Unlike regular dentures, which rest on the gums and can slip or cause sores, implant dentures are anchored firmly to your jawbone, providing a secure, comfortable fit. This means you can eat, speak, and smile without worrying about your dentures moving around. Plus, because they're designed to look and feel like natural teeth, implant dentures can help restore your confidence and improve your quality of life. If you need more information about implant dentures, give our Napa dentist a call today!

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Implant dentures can last for 20 years or more with proper care!

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The Benefits Of Implant Dentures

Improved Comfort

One of the main benefits of implant dentures is their superior comfort compared to traditional dentures. Because they're anchored to your jawbone, implant dentures won't slip or move around, which can cause discomfort and sores. This means you can wear them all day without discomfort, making them a more practical and convenient choice for many people.

Enhanced Functionality

Another major advantage of implant dentures is their enhanced functionality. With implant dentures, you can eat a wider variety of foods, including those that are hard or chewy, which can be difficult with traditional dentures. This can make mealtimes more enjoyable and help to improve your nutrition and overall health.

Increased Confidence

Perhaps one of the most significant benefits of implant dentures is the boost to your confidence. Implant dentures are designed to look and feel like natural teeth, so you can smile, laugh, and speak with confidence, knowing that your teeth look great and won't slip or move around.

The Implant Dentures Treatment Process

Initial Consultation

The first step in the implant dentures treatment process is an initial consultation with Dr. Aleksandra Rozenberg. During this appointment, she will examine your mouth, discuss your dental history, and determine if you're a suitable candidate for implant dentures. She may also take X-rays or other images to assess the health of your jawbone.

Implant Placement

The next step is the placement of the dental implants. This is a surgical procedure, during which Dr. Rozenberg will insert small titanium posts into your jawbone. These will serve as the 'roots' for your new teeth. After the implants are placed, you'll need to wait several months for your jawbone to heal and fuse with the implants.

Denture Fitting

Once your jawbone has healed and the implants are securely fused, it's time for the final step: fitting your new dentures. Dr. Rozenberg will attach a custom-made set of dentures to the implants, ensuring a comfortable and secure fit. These dentures will look and feel like natural teeth, and you'll be able to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check out these frequently asked questions, or call us to speak with our team.

Who is a suitable candidate for implant dentures?

Generally, individuals who have lost multiple teeth and have sufficient bone density in the jaw to support dental implants are good candidates for implant dentures. Ideal candidates should also have good oral health and be free from conditions such as gum disease or uncontrolled diabetes, which can compromise the success of the implants. A thorough evaluation by a dentist or oral surgeon is necessary to determine suitability for implant dentures, as each case is unique and requires individualized treatment planning.

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