Implant-Supported Dentures in Loganville, GA
Secure your smile and confidence with dental implants.
Tired of Loose or Uncomfortable Dentures?
Implant-supported dentures are a stable, slippage-free alternative to traditional dentures.
This type of denture uses dental implants to secure it within your mouth. It won’t move around while you eat, talk, or simply smile.
Dental implants help preserve your jawbone, promoting oral health and preventing that “sunk-in” look that traditional dentures cause.
If you want an affordable, long-lasting restoration for replacing multiple missing or severely damaged teeth, look no further!
6 Reasons You Should Choose Implant-Supported Dentures
No more restricted diet due to dentures! You’ll chew without pain and eat your favorite foods again.
Our custom-made implant-supported dentures are smaller than traditional ones, giving you a more comfortable and seamless fit.
Say “goodbye” to loose, floating, and slipping dentures! With implants, your smile stays put. It’s an instant boost of confidence too!
Our Loganville dentists use advanced 3D technology to examine your teeth, bone structure, soft tissues, and nerve pathways for the best position to place your implants.
We work closely with radiologists and oral surgeons to help you get the care you need to become eligible for this procedure.
We partner with the highest-quality labs to design natural-looking and feeling dentures. Plus, you’ll stop premature aging by preserving your jawbone and keeping your facial structure supported.
Here's what you can expect with implant-supported dentures at Creekside Dentistry.
We’ll need to remove any remaining teeth in the arch. Then we’ll wait three months for the bone to heal and become stable for the implants. You’ll have a temporary denture to wear during this time, so you’re never without a smile.
Using CBCT and surgical guide technology, we’ll find the precise placement for your implant posts. This improves your implant success rate, longevity, and stability. Most cases require 4-6 implants per arch. It’ll take three or more months for the implants to heal and fuse with the bone, during which you’ll have a temporary denture so you won’t have missing teeth.
Lastly, we’ll uncover the implants and test out your new implant-supported denture. Once you feel good about the way it looks and feels, you’ll leave our office with a beautiful, worry-free smile!
Very clean office with an amazing staff. Bonnie, the dental hygienist, was friendly and efficient. Dr. Helton is very easy to talk to and honest about what is needed. I would definitely recommend this office to others.
Matthew H. (5-Star Google Review)
Why Choose Creekside Dentistry?
Your implant-supported denture should look, feel, and function like a natural smile. But this outcome all depends on your choice of a dentist.
Not all dentists are equally qualified to provide implant-supported dentures. This service requires expertise in cosmetic, restorative, and implant dentistry, which most general dentists refer to specialists for.
However, our Loganville dentists, Dr. Beau Upshaw and Dr. Stewert Helton, are accomplished in all these areas. In fact, Dr. Helton has expert training in implant dentistry and oral surgery.
At Creekside Dentistry, you’ll not only receive care backed by years of experience but also:
Implant-Supported Dentures FAQs
Answers from our restorative dentists in Loganville, GA.
- How long will it take?
If you’re already missing a full arch of teeth, the shortest it may take is three months. Typically, it varies between three and six months, depending on how fast your implants heal.
If you need teeth extracted, it may take an average of six to nine months. Again, this varies on how fast your bone heals.
- Will I have to go without teeth?
No! Throughout the whole process, you’ll always have a smile.
Sometimes we use your previous denture or restoration, and other times we may create a temporary one for you.
- Is the procedure painful?
No! With modern technology and anesthetic, most patients don’t experience any pain during the procedure.
Afterward, your mouth may feel tender. This is standard with most restorative dental procedures. If needed, you can take over-the-counter pain medication, like Advil, to ease discomfort.
At Creekside Dentistry, we heavily value your comfort. We aim to address your fears and concerns before starting to keep you comfortable and relaxed.
- How long do implant-supported dentures last?
With proper care, the dental implant components can last for a lifetime.
The denture prosthetic lasts between 10-20 years on average, making this a worthwhile long-term investment.
- What can you eat with implant-supported dentures?
Everything! With implant-supported dentures, you’ll enjoy your favorite foods again without discomfort.
Whereas with conventional dentures, you may experience pain while eating and stick to a soft-foods diet.