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Denture Stabilization

Mini-Dental Implants

 
 

The definitive solution for loose dentures!

  • Why do these things happen?
  • The rest of the story
  • The Mini-Dental Implant System
  • How the System Works with Your Denture
  • How Mini Implants Are Placed
  • Increasing Retention Of A Mandibular Denture
 

Why do these things happen?

 
 

Why do these things happen?

  • Unable to eat what you want?
  • Tired of the taste and feel of messy denture adhesives?
  • Have a fear of smiling?
  • Dentures shift, tilt and wander?
 

 
 
After the teeth are gone the bone doesn’t stay around for long!
This bone is needed to retain your denture!
 

The Mini-Dental Implant System

 
 
Components of the System:
 
 

How the System Works with Your Denture

 

How Mini Implants Are Placed To Retain A Maxillary Denture

 
 
Once the gum tissue is numbed with a local injection the implants are placed into the jaw bone with a minimally invasive procedure which involves no sutures or the typical months of healing.