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Permanent Denture Implants

A modern solution for missing teeth

Permanent dentures offer an effective solution for many of our patients–particularly those with significant tooth loss or decay or for people who struggle with the fit and feel of conventional dentures due to bone loss in the jaw.

This options entails placing implants in the jaw that are anchored to the bone. The implants, made of titanium, fuse to the living bone with a process also called osseointegration — from the Latin osseus meaning “bony” and intergrare which means “to make whole.”  Ultimately, the dentures are fixed in place to these implants.

Have you lost an entire arch of teeth? Or are you soon to have your remaining teeth removed because they can’t be saved? Then you may be able to replace them with fixed dentures supported by dental implants!

Benefits of permanent dentures supported by dental implants:

  • Your permanent dentures should look, feel, and function just like natural teeth
  • They can help prevent bone loss in the jaw
  • Permanent dentures stay in place while you’re eating or talking





How much do permanent dentures cost?

We know a lot of people are interested in finding out how much permanent dentures cost. The truth is, cost varies greatly depending on how many implants are used, which surgical procedures it entails, and what kind of restoration is placed on the implants.

The best way to get a precise estimate is to contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation.

Can regular dentures be permanently attached?

Your conventional denture may be used as a transitional or temporary form of treatment while your implants heal. It is difficult to use your existing denture permanently once your final restoration is complete. It will need to be reinforced with a CAD/CAM substructure which is something that can’t be added to an existing denture.

Are implant-supported dentures removable?

An implant-supported prosthesis is a denture and it’s retained and supported by at least four dental implants. Because it is fixed on implants, only your denturist or dentist will remove the denture for cleaning and examination.