Associates of Dental Arts
Dr. Gregory Kivett

Live Better With Implant Supported Dentures

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Do you or someone you love struggle with dentures?

Dentures by themselves are a poor replacement for your natural teeth. The best fitting dentures can still pop out at embarrassing times when you yawn, cough or sneeze. Dentures can make it difficult to eat and speak normally. Worst of all, your jawbone will continuously deteriorate because of your lack of teeth. This means, no matter what, your dentures will become loose over time and cause sores in your mouth.

There is a solution!

There is a permanent solution to these problems, implant supported dentures. Dental implants will revolutionize how you think about dentures. Implant supported dentures work almost as well as your original teeth. You will be able to eat and speak with little to no difficulty, your dentures will never slip out in public and your jawbone will stop deteriorating. You and you loved ones deserve the comfort and performance of implant supported dentures.

How it works

Dental implants are inserted into you jaw and given time to fuse to the bone. If you already have dentures, they can be customized to connect with your new dental implants. After your dental implants are done healing, you will be ready to snap in your dentures. You can then go about just like you have your original teeth back. Because the implants are fused to your jaw bone, they will stimulate your jaw and help prevent further deteriorating.

Talk to your dentist

Don’t let yourself or a loved one continue to deal with loose dentures and a jawbone that is getting worse every day. Call your dentist and ask about how implant supported dentures can improve your life.  


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