Having missing teeth can be extremely frustrating. Are you ready to improve your quality of life and start smiling again? We’re excited to help you at Petrini Prosthodontics. Seeing unique smiles light up patients’ faces is why we come to work every day!
Dentures can completely replace a full set of teeth, but not everyone likes traditional dentures that rest on the gums. For those who prefer them, we also offer dentures that are securely attached to permanent dental implants.
Our full-time lab technicians handcraft partial, traditional, and implant-supported dentures right here in our lab using state-of-the-art tools. You can trust the high quality of your dentures.
How Do Implant-Supported Dentures Work?
Implant-supported dentures are attached to titanium tooth roots called dental implants. These implants bond naturally with your jawbone, which makes your dentures just as strong and secure as natural teeth. You can chew just about anything with these!
Remember, some patients are perfectly happy with traditional dentures, but implant-supported dentures have some advantages:
- Comfort: If your gums would get irritated or sore from dentures resting on them, implant-supported dentures protect them.
- Aesthetics: Implant-supported dentures look very natural because we craft them using effective materials for the replacement teeth and attachments.
- Oral Health: Getting implants in your jaw stimulates bone growth, improving your bone density and even facial shape.
- Functionality: Some patients find it easier to speak clearly and chew naturally when their dentures are securely held in place by implants.
We’re excited to restore your smile with any type of dentures we offer. Tell us during your first consultation what you prefer and what your goals are. We’ll help you get what you need.
Contact Petrini Prosthodontics for Safe Implant-Supported Dentures
With cutting-edge imaging technology and techniques, we’ll prepare you for your implant procedure. We’ll take care of you like you’re part of our family — because that’s how we see you.
If you’re excited about getting a beautiful new smile that can last the rest of your life, we’re excited to partner with you and your general dentist to support your complete oral health. Contact us today for an appointment.