Live with dentures ¿Is it the best choice?

Traditional dentures are not the solution

The denture is an obsolete solution for people who have lost all their teeth. Unfortunately, wearing dentures can be painful, impractical and uncomfortable. With this type of denture, it is difficult to chew food, so you may need to stop eating many foods that once enjoyed. The way you pronounce words and therefore your speech can also be affected when wearing dentures.

Your dentist can help you find the most advanced solution with implants

There are a variety of dental replacement solutions based on modern dental implants. Either option will greatly improve your quality of life; you can talk and chew properly, you will feel comfortable and increase confidence in yourself. Also, you can consume a wide variety of foods. Ask your dentist which solution is best suited for your case.

Your dentist has the best solution suited for your case

The overdentures on removable implants are affordable prosthetic solutions and highly stable, supported by two or more dental implants. You can chew with confidence a wide variety of foods and taste will not be affected. The denture is removable for easy cleaning and eliminates the need for denture adhesives.

Removable overdentures on a bar implants. To achieve an even more secure fit, a bar is fixed, to the jawbone with two or more implants, giving more support to removable dentures. The denture is removable for easy cleaning and eliminates the need for denture adhesives.

The overdentures on removable implants are affordable prosthetic solutions and highly stable, supported by two or more dental implants. You can chew with confidence a wide variety of foods and taste will not be affected. The denture is removable for easy cleaning and eliminates the need for denture adhesives.

Dental implants offer many advantages

  1. Dental professionals have recognized dental implants for over 40 years as the method of tooth replacement with more success and reliability used so far.
  2. They act as natural tooth root. You will not notice the difference.
  3. They are made of biocompatible materials. As a result, your body tolerates them correctly.
  4. Your implants can last you a lifetime with proper care and good oral hygiene.
  5. Maintain the natural bone, they stimulate bone growth and stop bone loss - this is one of the most important advantages.
  6. They provide stability and comfort with a wide variety of solutions.

¿Do You enjoy a full life?

Healthy and attractive teeth play an important role in our overall health and wellness. Feel sure of yourself in any situation and place when you smile with friends and family. We can lose our teeth for different reasons and this may cause a serious impact on quality of life.

Tooth loss can cause the reduction of the jawbone. This occurs because chewing as usual with natural teeth no longer stimulates the bone. As a result, the physical appearance of the face is affected. The jaw line is reduced and disengages dentures. Often they slip, cause pain and even become embarrassing. For this reason, it is important to have healthy and attractive teeth to our overall health and wellness.

Risks:

a. Swelling, bruising, pain, bleeding.

b. Functional and aesthetic complications with temporaries (could not adapt very well, require adjustments, or not look very good).

c. Infection, rejections of the implant, the nerve damage.

d. Problems with the maxillary sinus.

e. Gum recession around the adjacent teeth.

f. Increased sensitivity in the adjacent teeth.

g. Transient decreased mouth opening.

h. Damage adjacent teeth, opening the sutures.

i. Allergic reactions to drugs.

j. Deglutition instrument or implant parts.

k. The rejection of an implant is possible and may need removal. If this happens, I understand that it might be possible to insert another implant after the relevant period of healing.

l. Loosening screws and / or prosthetic attachments.

m. Debonding of prosthetic restorations.

n. Fracture of the metal structure or porcelain.

o. Perimplantitis associated with poor oral hygiene.

p. Implants loss.

q. Changes in the occlusion (bite).

r. Transient speech difficulty.

s. Changes in facial appearance.

Recommendations:

a. Keep rest as much as possible, avoiding physical exertion, high temperatures on the face during the first 3 days after the procedure.

b. Placing cold compresses on cheeks during the first days after the procedure preferably permanently.

c. Managing a liquid diet.

d. Maintaining good oral hygiene.

e. Attend control appointments as directed by the specialist.

f. If so avoid smoking until the surgeon tells you can do it.

g. If you have bleeding in the area, perform compression for 30 minutes with sterile gauze, if bleeding does not stop, communicate through telephone lines.

h. You must strictly comply with the recommendations and prescription drugs consumption.

i. Sleeping with your head raised for 3 days.

j. Attend control visits for adjustments occlusion (bite), repairs or other.

k. Avoid eating very hard foods that may compromise the integrity of the restorations.

l. Attend control visits for sanitary phases.

m. Maintain healthy oral hygiene habits (brush, floss...).