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A dental implant is a special metal anchor that is surgically placed into the jawbone under the gum line. In a few months when they are attached to the surrounding bone, they are used to give firm support to dentures crowns and bridges-looking and feeling just like your natural teeth.
With dental implants there's no need to worry about lose full or partial dentures. You will experience tremendous improvements in your ability to smile laugh, talk, and chew.
An implant-supported denture is supported by and attached to implants. A regular denture rests on the gums. You may want to consider an implant supported denture if you are unhappy with the performance of your existing denture. An implant-supported denture has special attachments that snap onto attachments on the implants. These attachments allow you to easily bite and chew your food and prevent your dentures from falling out while eating, talking or laughing. Implant-supported dentures can be made for both the upper and lower jaw. An implant-supported denture for your upper covers less of your palate (roof of your mouth) than a regular denture, greatly increasing your ability to taste and enjoy foods. Implant-supported dentures require at least two implants for support. These dentures are removed daily to clean the denture and gums and nightly for sleeping. If you would prefer a more permanent option then fixed crown and bridgework can be made on implants that can't be removed.