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Secure your dentures with dental implants

Reclaim your confident smile

If you’ve been hiding your smile, denture implants can be a great way to help you get it back. Your dentures can be kept in place with implants to give you peace of mind about eating and talking without your dentures slipping out of place.

This is how dental implants work: The implants or metal bases are secured directly into the jaw so they can ultimately fuse with the jaw bone and provide a strong and solid foundation for the dentures. Next, dentures are secured to the implants. Among the reasons in favour of denture implants is that implants can help preserve the jaw bone from further deterioration since they provide a strong foundation for the dentures as they become a permanent part of your jaw. Preserving the jaw bone can also improve your facial structure.

If denture implants sound like they might be the right way for you to go, book a free consultation with Toronto Denture Centre to review all options and make the best decision for your unique needs.

The Two Main Types Of Denture Implants

There are two types of denture implants most patients choose from — removable implants and fixed implants. With both choices, you can use full dentures or partial dentures.


What are dental implants?

Dental implants act as replacement tooth roots. They provide a strong foundation for both fixed (permanent) or removable replacement dentures. They are placed within your jaw bone and when healed, they become a permanent part of your jaw.

Are dental implants painful?

You’ll be given anesthesia ahead of time, so you shouldn’t experience any pain during the dental implant procedure. As the numbness wears off, some discomfort can be expected, but this depends on how involved the procedure is and how many implants were put in.

How long will my dental implants last?

Your dental implant could last you more than 20 years if you take good care of it. Because they’re firmly attached to the bone, they’re designed to be permanent, and they can help support the dental structure to withstand chewing or biting.

Are dental implants safe?

Contemporary dental implants have been a safe, well-established treatment for teeth replacement for more than 30 years. Although they’re normally made of titanium, much like natural teeth, they will last as long as you take good care of them.