When you suffer from multiple missing teeth, then you need more than just a single tooth dental implant. In fact, you may benefit from an implant-secured denture. In today’s blog, we’re using a fun quiz to educate our Omaha, NE patients about the benefits of implant dentures.
Try Our Quiz on Implant Dentures
- True or False: Multiple missing teeth may lead to issues with quality of life.
- True or False: We support prosthetic with multiple dental implants.
- True or False: Each denture will be custom-made.
- True or False: They offer a number of benefits.
- True. You may be forced to consume mainly soft foods, depriving you of your favorite meals, as well as essential nutrients. You could also have trouble speaking clearly or feel embarrassed about your smile. Finally, the loss of jawbone density that follows tooth loss may lead to an aged appearance and additional missing teeth.
- True. We place between six and eight dental implants per arch. In some cases, we may be able to place as few as four. When in place, they stimulate jawbone tissue to prevent an aged appearance. You will enjoy a full and functional smile once again and will be able to eat many of your favorite foods.
- True. We take detailed impressions of your smile, as we want your new teeth to blend with your smile and reflect your overall facial structure. We then create a base from acrylic that mimics the look of jawbone tissue. The teeth will be crafted from ceramic or zirconia, offering a lifelike appearance.
- True. Since they will be held in place with multiple dental implants, they won’t slip when you eat or speak. They can also last longer than traditional removable dentures, which often need adjustment or replacement every five to ten years.
Interested in Implant-Secured Dentures?
Our treatment options can restore the health and beauty of your tooth. To find out more, schedule a consultation by calling Pacific Hills Dental in Omaha, NE, today at (402) 330-2243. We also serve the residents of Papillion, Elkhorn, La Vista, Millard, and all surrounding communities.