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Snap On Dentures

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Worried that your dentures may come loose and embarrass you? Well, this is a common thing with traditional dentures. They can slip off when you eat, cough, sneeze or laugh. Thanks to improved dental technology with overdentures, you do not have to suffer through such moments anymore.

Today, you have the opportunity of attaching snap on dentures to your jaws with just 2 dental implants.  Also known as implant supported dentures, these implant dentures will fit comfortably and securely in your mouth so there is never any need for denture glue or pastes.  If you are looking for full teeth replacement we can get you in implant dentures in just a few months.

Smile confidently, Chew confidently and Live confidently.

 

 

What are Snap On Dentures?

 

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This refers to removable and palateless dentures that can be snapped on or off any time the wearer wants. Unlike conventional dentures which have the probability of falling off, implant supported dentures remain secured to your jaw via 2 to 4 dental implants.  These dentures are still removed at night.  For teeth that are fixed in place and are not removed at night keep reading because you want the All on 4.

On the lower jaw we place 2 implants for the lower over denture. For the upper overdenture we use 2 dental implants for a typical denture or 4 implants for one that is palateless (basically a horseshoe upper plate).  These dentures are surprisingly stable and will never fall out.  Whether you are eating, coughing, sneezing or laughing, they won’t fall off leading to an embarrassing situation.

These implant over dentures sit on your gums too. This makes it easy to attach or remove when needed.  They are painless when placed in the mouth or when removed.  The snap on dentures take the place of the natural teeth so the patients oral health can be significantly improved.  Not sure if implant overdentures are right for you?  Read here about the difference between dentures and implants.

 

 

 

Implant Supported Dentures Costsnap on dentures cost

 

There are two things considered by a dentist when determining the cost of implant-supported dentures. First, you have the new dentures and second, you have the supporting dental implants.  The average implant supported dentures cost for a full mouth is around $20k.  Snap in dentures cost near me could be more or it could be less depending on the number of teeth needing to be removed, the number of dental implants that are used and the need for temporary dentures.  Since the design and fabrication of implant supported dentures are similar to conventional dentures, little preparatory work is required.

 

What if I already have Dentures?

If the patient presents with current set of good dentures that are acceptable then dental implants can be added and retrofitted to the current set of teeth to make overdentures.  Basically, dental implants are installed.  Healing takes just 2-4 months.  Then the current set of dentures can be attached to the new implants.  So, if you are looking for snap in dentures cost near me, come in for a personalized treatment plan and we can review the cost for your specific case.

 

Is Financing Available?Benefits of Dentures

The snap on dentures cost can also be financed over 12 months interest free.  We also accept dental insurance to help pay some of the cost of snap on teeth.  Every case is different so when you come in for a consultation we can review with your how your dental insurance works and how we can help you pay for the overdentures.

 

 

 

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A More Permanent Solutionall on 6 dental implants

 

If you are looking for a permanent dental implant solution then you want the All On 4, the All on 6 or the clear choice dental implants option.  Of course, the cost of all on 4 dental implants is about twice that of snap in dentures.  Also known as Hybridge dentures, they are permanently screwed into you mouth and do not come out.

All on four dental implants are great for those who want to look and smile confidently and want the very best dentistry has to offer.

Additionally, the implants we use for snap on dentures are the same as the all on x treatment.  So if you get snap on teeth and down the road you want to upgrade to fixed teeth, then it is possible to use your existing implants.

 

 

 

Implant Retained Dentures – the process

 

As earlier said, there are two ways of placing the implants in the jaw bone. Following the popular option, the implants are placed in the jawbone (front of the mouth). The reason for placing them at the front of the mouth is because more bone is available than at the back.  The full mouth can be treated at the same time saving the patient time and suffering.

Depending on the patient, the time frame for final denture placement can range from 3-6 months depending on the patients health.  Patients are taken through the initial diagnosis, implant design and placement and the complete fabrication of the plates from scratch.

If there is a need for bone graft treatment, the procedure may take up to a year or more.  For the process to be complete, patients undergo two surgeries. In the first surgery, the bone is rebuilt.  3 to 6 months later implants placement is done under the gums. For the second surgery, the top of the implants are exposed. This happens 3 to 6 months after the first surgery.

 

 

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Benefits of Implant Supported Dentures over Traditional Denturessnap on dentures cost near me

 

 

These implant dentures assure of you of stability. This is because they are secured with dental implants. Conventional dentures depend on suction forces, so they can slip off when you eat, cough, laugh or sneeze.

Snap on dentures prevent irritation. For starters, they are palateless.  They won’t rub against your gums, unlike conventional dentures which can cause bruises, cuts, and abrasions.  Also bottom dentures have significant problems with moving around while talking and chewing.  That’s because of the tongue.  With implant supported bottom dentures there is no need to worry about your bottom dentures slipping while eating or talking.

These dentures are easy to clean. Although they are secured to the dental implant support, you can snap them off and clean them. Cleaning by your doctor needs to be done every 6 months. At home, use approved denture cleaning agents.

Implant supported dentures improve your self-esteem. This means you can speak more, eat different foods and even laugh comfortably. With conventional plates, there is always the fear of the dentures slipping off.

Snap in implant overdentures allow you to eat and drink what you love. For instance, you can eat tough foods such as steak and corn. With conventional plates, you cannot eat tough food. This helps to minimize slippage.

 

 

 

 

Options other than Snap In Denturesoptions other than dentures

 

If you are wondering if there are options other than clip on dentures, yes there are.  There is a permanent alternative to dentures.  But, how much does it cost to get a full mouth of dental implants? You should visit our clear choice dental implant page.  All the information about all on four and the clear choice implants is there for you.  Of course snap in dentures are significantly less expensive than fixed dentures because less implants are used.  Additionally, the teeth are made out of acrylic rather than an expensive material called Zirconia.  Fixed dentures require at least 4 dental implants per arch and sometimes up to 6.  

As a BBB accredited dental clinic, we are well trained, knowledgeable and experienced dentists with over 20 years of practice. Together with other specialists, not only do we assure you of exceptional work but we help you recover your smile.  The quality of life for our dentures patients are unbelievable.

 

For any queries or more information on snap in dentures, call our dental office today at 202-488-8300 or contact us via the website!  Or book a consultation appointment below!

 

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