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Implant Dentures – Roslyn, NY

Completely Replace All Your Missing Teeth

Losing multiple teeth can make it more difficult to enjoy life to the fullest. Modern dentures can help you eat and speak properly, but they still have a few drawbacks. Fortunately, there’s another option: implant dentures that look and feel like natural teeth thanks to sturdy titanium posts placed in your jaw. At Gold Coast Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Steve Yusupov DDS, MD, FACS, we can replace all of your missing teeth from the roots up. Call us today to learn more about implant dentures in Roslyn and whether they might be the right choice for your smile.

Why Choose Gold Coast Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Steve Yusupov DDS, MD, FACS for Implant Dentures?

  • Highly Trained Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon
  • IV Sedation Offered for Comfortable Procedures
  • State of the Art Treatment Planning Technology

What Are Implant Dentures?

Illustration of implant dentures in Roslyn being placed on lower arch

Traditional dentures either sit on your gums or are attached to your remaining natural teeth via metal clasps. Meanwhile, implant dentures are anchored to implant posts that have been surgically placed in the jawbone. What makes dental implants unique is that they can act as replacement tooth roots, allowing your new teeth to function similarly to your natural ones. Implant dentures are either fixed in place or designed to be removable depending on your needs.

Fixed/Permanent Implant Dentures

Fixed dentures are sometimes called a “hybrid prosthesis”. They will normally stay attached to your implants 24/7; they can only be removed by a trained dental expert. Many patients prefer fixed dentures since they can be brushed as if they were natural teeth. However, a certain level of jawbone density is required for this type of denture.

Removable Implant Dentures

Sometimes called “Snap-On dentures”, a removable denture is attached to implant posts via clips or ball sockets. You’ll be able to remove them as necessary, such as when you need to clean them. One of the advantages of removable implant dentures is that they require fewer implants, which often makes them a more viable option for patients with lower jawbone density.

The Implant Denture Process

Close up of oral surgeon holding a dental implant post

We’ll examine your mouth and take pictures of your jawbone to confirm that you’re eligible for implant surgery. Bone grafting and other preliminary treatments might be necessary depending on the state of your oral health. Once the necessary preparations have been made, the implant posts can be placed in your jaw via minor surgery.

It will take about 3 to 6 months for your implants to fuse with your jawbone. Then, an abutment will be attached to each implant post. Once the mouth has fully healed, we can take impressions to design a full or partial denture. The abutments will be used to attach your final restoration to the implant posts and complete your smile.

Am I a Candidate for Implant Dentures?

Woman in treatment chair smiling at her oral surgeon

To be a good candidate for implant dentures, you need to have:

  • Multiple missing teeth
  • A mouth that’s free of gum disease
  • Enough jawbone density for the desired type of implant denture

During your consultation, we’ll review your needs with you and help you figure out whether implant dentures are truly the best choice for restoring your smile.

Benefits of Combining Dentures & Dental Implants

Oral surgeon taking a photo of a patient

While traditional dentures can sometimes slip at awkward times, implant dentures are much more stable due to being attached to the jaw. This makes it easier to enjoy steak, corn on the cob, and a wide variety of other foods. Furthermore, dental implants directly stimulate your jaw to prevent bone loss, meaning you don’t have to worry about your dentures losing their fit over time.