Can My Denture Be Made Into an Implant-Retained Denture?
In the following video, Brent Bradford, DDS, discusses the option of converting your existing denture into a dental implant-supported bridge.
When patients visit us with dentures that don’t fit quite right, a common concern is whether they can continue to use their recently made dentures. This is certainly something we can determine during a free consultation.
The challenge is that conventional dentures are typically not created with the future addition of implants in mind. This means there may not be sufficient room within the existing denture to accommodate the implants and the necessary housing components that secure and stabilize the denture.
While it’s possible to adapt some dentures, in many instances, a new denture may need to be crafted to ensure a perfect fit with the implants. We encourage you to come in for a complimentary consultation, where we can provide a definitive answer and explore the best options for you.
- Will Implant Dentures Affect My Ability to Eat or Speak?
- Who Is a Candidate for an Implant-Supported Denture?
- Benefits of an Implant-Retained Denture
- The Implant-Retained Denture Process
- How Long Is the Implant Denture Process?
- How Do I Care For My Implant Dentures?
- Does Getting an Implant Denture Hurt?
- How Much Do Implant Dentures Cost?
- Does Insurance Cover Implant Dentures?
- Financing for Implant Dentures