West Dental Implants & Prosthetics
Implant-Supported Dentures in Durango, CO
At West Dental Implants and Prosthetics, we aim to provide each patient with a comfortable, natural-looking smile. You could benefit from implant-supported dentures if you are missing several natural teeth. These restorations use dental implants to support artificial teeth.
Benefits of Implant-Supported Dentures
Implant-supported dentures offer several benefits over removable dentures.
What type of dentures can implants support?
Implants can support several replacement teeth with several types of custom dentures. Some patients may only need a partial denture, while others can benefit from complete dentures to replace an entire arch of teeth. Depending on the number of artificial teeth in your restoration, you may need more than one implant.
We Offer State-of-the-Art Dental Implants and Implant Solutions
We focus on providing state-of-the-art dental implant solutions, so you can rest assured that you are receiving the best care possible. During your consultation appointment, we will thoroughly discuss your options, focusing on the difference between dentures and dental implants, to help you achieve optimal oral health. No matter what you choose, we will ensure that you receive the highest quality treatment available.
Why Replacing Missing Teeth is Important
There are many advantages to replacing missing teeth.
Frequently Asked Questions
The average length of time required for implant-supported denture treatments depends upon several factors, including the number of implants used, the type of procedure performed, whether additional bone grafting is needed, and the overall health of your mouth. Our team can estimate the approximate time frame based on your unique case.
Yes! If you already wear conventional dentures, you can still benefit from implants by replacing some or all of your existing dentures.
No. Implants are made of biocompatible materials that allow the body to grow around them. As a result, the implants will not harm the surrounding bone. In fact, the implants prevent bone loss by stimulating the jawbone with the natural force of your bite.
Implants are considered to be highly safe, and it is a common procedure. It is becoming the gold standard for treating tooth loss because it is so effective.
Contact us to learn more!
Dr. Robison and his team are excited to assist you if you want to learn how you can benefit from implant-supported dentures. Call our office at (970) 259-5600 to learn more about your options.
We can’t wait to hear how we can help you love your smile!