Based on your oral health, different types of dental restorations can be attached to implants, such as crowns, bridges and full acrylic dentures.
Crown and bridge on implants
When one or more teeth are missing, your dentist may suggest a crown or an implant.
Complete denture on implants
To replace all the teeth in your upper or lower jaw, your dental professional may suggest attaching a full acrylic denture directly to implants.
The full denture is attached to the implants by means of attachments located on the implants and the denture. It can be installed permanently, meaning that only the dentist will be able to remove it, or the full denture can be fixed in such a way that the patient can remove it to facilitate daily oral care. Making chewing stable and comfortable, the full denture on implants is particularly appreciated by patients who experience discomfort related to the wearing of a removable complete prosthesis: injuries, pain, mobility of the denture when chewing, etc.
Full denture on a titanium bar
To replace all the teeth in your upper or lower jaw, your dentist or other professional may suggest attaching a full acrylic denture to a titanium bar.
The titanium bar is permanently attached to dental implants and only the dentist can remove it. The denture can then be permanently attached or removed to facilitate your daily oral care. The complete denture on a titanium bar is appreciated by patients who experience discomforts related to wearing a removable complete denture, such as injuries, pain, mobility when chewing, etc.
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