Las Vegas, NV patients are encouraged to ask about implant retained dentures
When patients learn about dental implants, they are often told the benefits of using dental implants to replace a single tooth. However, did you know that implants can also be used to hold dentures? Dr. Christopher Lim of Las Vegas, NV helps patients who visit Hillside Dental learn about the benefits of implant-retained dentures.
What are implant-retained dentures?
Most patients are familiar with full dentures, which are used to replace an entire arch of teeth. They might think of an elderly member of their family who wears dentures. They sometimes learn about the disadvantages of a traditional denture, including poor fit and the inability to keep them firmly in place. With implant-retained dentures, these problems are a thing of the past! Implant-retained dentures are full dentures that snap into place over several dental implants placed along the arch to stabilize the dentures.
Why choose implant-retained dentures?
Implant-retained dentures have many benefits. They:
- Are strong and durable
- Are affordable
- Are effective in holding dentures in place
- Allow patients to enjoy their favorite foods without worry
- Do not require dental adhesives or natural suction to keep dentures in place
- Maintain bone with osseointegration
- Easy to care for
Who is a candidate?
Most patients who need to replace an entire arch of teeth and have healthy bone are considered appropriate candidates for implant-retained dentures. However, to properly determine if patients can move forward with treatment, they can schedule an evaluation with Dr. Christopher Lim and his staff at Hillside Dental.
Considering implant retained dentures?
Dr. Christopher Lim and the team of Hillside Dental in Las Vegas, NV invites patients to find out more about this restorative option for incredible results! Call 702-666-8584 today to book an appointment at the practice located in Suite 120 at 6090 South Fort Apache Road. Our staff is here to help you achieve beautiful, healthy, and fully-functional smiles!