Traditional, removable dentures are a viable option for many of our patients. They are cost-effective, non-invasive and aesthetically pleasing. For others, however, implant supported dentures offer a more stable, healthier alternative. Implant supported dentures use a number of dental implants to support a denture, which allows you to return to nearly the same functional and aesthetic level you once enjoyed with healthy and natural teeth. When deciding which option is right for you, we encourage you to think about your long-term health and smile goals. Dr. Brian Gilbert and our experienced oral surgeon collaborate to provide you with a personalized consultation to help determine which solution is right for you.
Implant supported dentures are dentures stabilized by dental implants. Two or more dental implants placed into the jaw bone underneath the dentures provide the necessary foundational support and strength. Your dentures are customized by Dr. Gilbert and securely attach to the dental implants, and will function, look, and feel nearly identical to real teeth. Implant supported dentures enable you to eat, talk, and smile with confidence and comfort and aesthetically allow them to receive the beautiful teeth you once had or have always wanted. A life-changing experience for virtually all our patients, implant supported dentures provide benefits incomparable to those of nearly every other full-arch tooth replacement solution, including traditional dentures!
Implant supported dentures require high levels of both technical and artistic skill during treatment planning, surgery, and restoration. Dr. Parsons has years of training and cosmetic dentistry expertise, equipping him with the tools and skills needed to create personalized dentures and prosthetics that resemble the shape, color, and fit of your ideal smile. From beginning to end, your implant supported dentures treatment is customized to your needs and your smile goals, providing you with a brand new smile that appears natural, is aesthetically harmonious with your face, and functions virtually identically to that of healthy teeth!