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Implant support Denture

Advantages of this type of denture:

  1. Increased firmness: No worries about dentures moving or loosening.

  2. More comfort compared to normal dentures: No glue is needed.

  3. Improved chewing ability: Better than normal dentures, as they can bear a lot of force without hurting the gums, allowing you to eat a variety of foods.

  4. Helps maintain the condition of the jaw bone, preventing collapse.

  5. Enables fluent speech and clear pronunciation.

  6. Boosts confidence: These dentures are durable and can be used for a long time.

An example of using dental implants together with dentures

1. Snap on Denture

Using implants with 1-4 sets of buttons can help reduce the movement of dentures by up to 60-80%.

  • Short treatment time: Implants can be inserted from the first day, minimizing the waiting period.

  • Comfortable to wear: They feel like natural teeth, providing a high level of comfort.

  • Strong foundation: Implants create a strong foundation, increasing efficiency in chewing and biting.

  • Cost-effective: Dental implants can be more affordable compared to traditional techniques.

  • Time and cost savings: They reduce the need for bone grafts, saving both time and treatment costs.

  • Easy maintenance: Dental implants are easy to maintain, just like natural teeth.

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2. Frictional Bar and Metal-acrylic/Ceramic Denture

     2.1 Frictional bar and acrylic denture - is a dental prosthesis that consists of a horseshoe-shaped metal component. This metal component is securely attached to the implants in the mouth. The denture is then fabricated using acrylic material with the metal framework as an inner support structure. This design ensures a strong and stable fit by utilizing the close proximity of the carefully designed metal parts. When wearing this denture, there is no movement at all, providing 100% firm attachment. This allows for the transmission of chewing forces to the entire implant without exerting pressure on the gums.

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     2.2 Fixed Acrylic denture on metal frame - The acrylic denture with a metal frame inside is securely fixed onto the implants in the mouth and cannot be easily removed by oneself. As a result, it closely resembles natural teeth and provides a strong and stable fit.

     2.3 Fixed Ceramic dentures on metal frames. - Like acrylic dentures fixed on metal frames (item 2.2) in all respects, the main difference is that these dentures are made of ceramic material. As a result, they have a longer service life, typically lasting around 10 years. Ceramic dentures have a shiny appearance, are easier to clean, and are harder in texture, allowing for greater chewing force. However, it's important to note that ceramic dentures cannot be repaired if damaged. Additionally, they may produce a slightly louder sound when chewing due to their different material properties.

The All-on-4, All-on-5 or All-on-6

is a dental treatment method that aims to restore a full arch of teeth (dentures) by utilizing a reduced number of dental implants. Traditionally, restoring a full arch of teeth with dental implants would involve the placement of six to eight implants per arch. However, the All-on-4 technique achieves the same goal using only four implants, while the All-on-6 approach uses six implants. These techniques provide a comprehensive and fixed set of teeth for individuals who have lost most or all of their natural teeth. The advantage of these methods lies in their efficiency and cost-effectiveness compared to the traditional approach.

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What are the advantages?

Reduced treatment time: The All-on-4 technique allows for a quicker treatment process compared to traditional implant methods. In some cases, a temporary set of teeth can be attached on the same day as the implant surgery.

Enhanced stability: The tilted implant placement provides a secure foundation for the prosthetic teeth, reducing the likelihood of movement or slippage.

Improved bone support: The angled placement of the implants helps to maximize contact with the existing bone, reducing the need for bone grafting procedures in some cases.

Cost-effective: Since fewer implants are used, the All-on-4 technique can be a more affordable option compared to placing individual implants for each missing tooth.


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