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Learn More About Implant Supported Dentures Fort Wayne, IN

Learn More About Implant Supported Dentures

If you have been dealing with tooth loss, you’ve probably heard about dental implants. They’ve become increasingly popular as a permanent option to bridgework that has superior strength and a beautiful appearance. What you might not realize is that implants aren’t just for people who are missing one or a few teeth. Advances in the use of implants has led to the development of implant supported dentures, providing more patients than ever the options of permanent replacements for a full set of teeth.

Facts About Full Arch Dental Implants

Full arch implants have a few benefits over dentures for patients that qualify. Of course, there are also great reasons for dentures, but for those patients looking for a permanent solution that they can care for like natural teeth, here’s the case for implants:

  • Titanium supports ground the implants in the jaw to support the replacement teeth. This makes the implant permanent and strong.
  • Replacement teeth are high quality porcelain, leaving the patient with a clear, white smile.
  • Full arch implants use a limited arrangement of anchors to provide maximum strength and stability with minimal pain and a fast healing time.
  • Implants allow you to resume your regular daily routine without worrying about what you can eat.

Need to Know if You Are a Candidate?

Not everyone qualifies for full arch implants, but there’s an easy way to find out if they will work for you. All you need to do is set up a consultation. Dr. Lugakingira will review your dental records, talk to you about possible complications due to other health issues, and help you set up your path toward the procedure if you are a candidate.

Most people who are not candidates have serious issues which would make bleeding or infection a major concern, or they are missing too much bone tissue in the jaw. For more information, set up an appointment with our office in Fort Wayne, IN today!