Wear implant supported dentures and you’ll never worry again about the embarrassing slipping and clicking you get with regular dentures. West Allis periodontist Dr.
Ahmad Eslami is a well-regarded expert in implantology who loves helping patients discover the freedom and joy of wearing implant supported dentures. B
ut not only are they easier to wear, they’re healthier, too.
- Implant supported dentures protect the jaw bone – regular dentures degenerate the bone.
- Implant supported dentures give you a dependable fit – no need for adhesives.
- Implant supported dentures are removable or permanent – the choice is yours.
Traditional dentures sit on the gum line, which can lead to bone loss. Dental implants are like real teeth,
constantly stimulating your jaw bone to keep it healthy. Dentures eventually slip and click, making chewing and
talking difficult and noisy. Implant supported dentures are locked tight into your upper or lower jaw bone so the simple things in life are more enjoyable again.
Two Procedures for Implant Supported Dentures in West Allis, WI:
Bar-Retained Dentures: Bar-retained dentures rely on three or more dental implants.
After Dr. Eslami puts the dental implants in your jaw bone, he then runs a thread/bar of metal across your
gum line to connect the implants and keep them stable. After that you can just click the dentures
on the bar and secure them in place with tiny clips.
Ball-Retained Dentures: Ball-retained dentures (stud-attached dentures)
are another type of implant supported denture. These rely on a ball and socket to stabilize the
dentures. After Dr. Eslami places a few dental implants in your jaw bone. Then, a denture
appliance with a matching number of sockets is lined up with the implants and snapped into place for an open palate denture that stays in place all day.
Implant supported dentures mean more freedom and better oral health. No more slips, no more clicks, no more irritated gums. For dental implants and implant supported dentures in West Allis, call Dr. Eslami today for your consultation.