Implant-supported Bridge (Fixed Bridge)
If all your lower or upper teeth are missing, a permanent full bridge may be attached directly to the dental implants (subject to the quality /quantity of the existing bone). The number of implants is determined by the specific requirements of each case. Dental implants are positioned just below the gum tissue and given time to fuse with the bone. Temporary attachments (abutments) may be placed on the implants until the healing phase is complete.
Your existing denture may be modified so that it can be worn without disturbing the implants during the healing process. After the transitional phase you will be fitted with a custom bridge that screws directly into the dental implants. Your new teeth are firmly supported by the jaw, stimulating it and halting the bone loss.
Denture Implants (removable Dentures on Implants)
Are your current dentures loose and uncomfortable? Do they move about when you talk and eat? Do you find them embarrassing? Have you lost confidence due to problems with your dentures?
Dental implant supported dentures may be the answer for you. The placement of dental implants into your residual jawbone can help to stabilise loose dentures, converting them into secure ,comfortable dentures which work well for you – making eating straightforward and giving you confidence in your day-to-day activities.
Denture Implant mostly is made for the lower jaw because regular dentures tend to be less stable there. Usually, a regular denture made to fit an upper jaw is quite stable on its own and doesn’t need the extra support offered by Dental implants. However, you can receive a denture implant in either the upper or lower jaw. You can easily remove your denture implant for regular cleaning .