Denture Stabilization

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What is Denture Stabilization?

Denture Stabilization is a process where titanium dental implants are placed in the jawbone to serve as anchors for your denture. Dental implants help your denture to snap onto special attachments on the implants to remain securely in place. They will not move in your mouht or get dislodged, therefore will increase the chewing power. You no longer have to put up with messy dental adhesives and other disadvantages of regular dentures.

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Benefits of Denture Stabilization

One of the great things about denture stabilization is that your dentures will become solidly anchored in your mouth, and you won't have to worry about any slippage or any movement while eating. You won't have problems with your speech, since your dentures will be fixed in place, and you will be able to eat any of the foods you always used to love. When you know that you can count on your dentures staying in place, you'll also be much more confident about your appearance, and the kind of personality you project to those around you. Implant retained dentures are also called overdentures or snap on dentures.

How Does it Work?

The process involves having implants inserted directly into your jawbone, after which dentures would be attached and stabilized in the mouth. Traditional dentures simply sit on top of the gum line and have no support in the mouth. Even though you may not have any teeth in your jawbone, there will generally be enough bone in the jaw to accommodate the insertion of a titanium implant. This in fact, will actually prevent future bone loss, as well as providing a terrific foundation for the replacement teeth which get installed.

Types of Stabilized Dentures

  • There are mainly two different types of stabilized dentures which you can choose from, those being ball-retained dentures and bar-retained dentures. The ball-retained dentures are sometimes referred to as stud-attachment dentures, and these include implants in the jawbone which have metal attachments used to connect the dentures. These types of implants are usually in the shape of a ball, and the denture attachments have the shape of a socket.
  • Bar-retained dentures will require the insertion of somewhere between two and five implants into the jawbone. With this type of denture, a metal bar curves around the jawbone and attaches to the implants. The inserted denture would go over the bar, and either the implants or the dentures might have attachments which clip the whole structure together.

Why Are Dentures Important?

There are a number of reasons why you should not allow missing teeth to go untreated. For one thing, your facial structure can begin to degrade and make you look much older than you really are. When you're missing a number of teeth, you also won't be able to eat as effectively as you once could, nor will you be able to speak as clearly as you should. You might also develop a number of dental hygiene problems if you don't address a situation where you have multiple teeth missing from your mouth.

Before & After

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If you're missing multiple teeth in your mouth, or perhaps an entire upper or lower arch,you should definitely seek some kind of dental procedure to restore those teeth. If you'd like to install stabilized dentures to enjoy the benefit of lower cost as well as increased functionality, we can help you at Shahbazyan DDS Cosmetic & General Dentistry. Contact us today for an initial consultation, and take the first step toward restoring your smile and your self-confidence.
Contact us today for an initial consultation, and take the first step toward restoring your smile and your self-confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much do denture stabilization implants cost?
A: When you have a full arch of teeth replaced, using between four and six implants, it will generally cost somewhere between $2,000 and $5,000. Shahbazyan DDS has a special offer For New Patients only starting at $4995. Contact us to Grab the offer now!

Q: How long do snap-on dentures last?
A: The implants which get installed for snap-on dentures will typically last throughout your entire lifetime. It's possible that your overdenture might need to be replaced after a number of years, although many patients feel very comfortable in never having them replaced at all.

Q: What is a lower denture stabilizer?
A: This is an acrylic stabilizer which gets attached to the tongue side of your lower denture. It works by sliding beneath the tongue muscles situated in the back of your mouth, thus stabilizing the lower denture.

Q: What is the difference between snap-on dentures and permanent dentures?
A: Snap-on dentures might use two to four dental implants, and they actually get snapped into place on those implants. Permanent dentures or All-on-4 implants will generally use between four and six implants to create permanent dentures, and these cannot be taken out for cleaning.

Our Technology

CEREC Technology allows us to provide our patients with Same Day Restorations.
No more messy impression materials or hassle with annoying temporaries! CAD/CAM Technology offers our patients the opportunity to have a beautiful restoration designed, fabricated and delivered in a single appointment! Here’s how:
Using, CEREC Technology, we are able to take a photo scan of your tooth with a special laser camera that safely captures the anatomy of the prepared tooth and renders it as a 3-dimensional image.

We then customizes your crown, inlay or onlay using your digital “impression” and 3D imaging software while you relax with a magazine or music headphones.

After the doctor approves the final design, the CEREC milling system employs CAD/CAM technology to shape your restoration from a high-strength, metal-free ceramic or composite block in a shade to match your smile. This eliminates the repeat visit after sending the impression off to a lab, as this is now able to be done right in the office while you are in the chair!

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7575 N Cedar Ave. Suite 106
Fresno, CA 93720
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