What is Denture Stabilisation?
If you are tired of having loose dentures then this type of dental treatment could be the solution for you. This type of treatment involves the placement of dental implants and the provision of a denture attached to your dental implants.
Is Denture Stabilisation suitable for me?
You will need an assessment to determine whether this type of denture provision is suitable for you. We offer a free denture stabilisation consultation. This will give you all the information you need to make an informed decision about the type of dental treatment that is suitable for you.
How many dental implants will I need?
The minimum standard of care we generally recommend if you have loose lower dentures is two dental implants in your lower jaw.
If you have loose upper dentures, the minimum we usually recommend to solve this problem is four dental implants in your upper jaw.
However, everyone's needs are different and you will need an assessment to determine what is the right type of treatment for your individual needs.
The advantages of Denture Stabilisation:
- Your dentures will function more like natural teeth.
- No loose dentures.
- Less denture base covering the roof of your mouth.
- Improved tasting of food and drink with smaller dentures.
- No denture adhesives needed.
- Stable dentures.
- Secure dentures.
- Increased chewing power so you eat a larger range of foods more easily.
- Improved digestion.