Traditional dentures are a time-honored and economical substitute for missing teeth that generally produce positive results. With their good qualities, they are still lacking in one major respect: stability. Adhesives aren’t always reliable and dentures can slip out of place at inopportune times, causing great embarrassment, discomfort, and inconvenience. At Dental Partners of Brookline, we offer an alternative that can put an end to loose dentures for good. Implant supported dentures are permanently fixed to your jaw, so they never require adhesives—and they never let you down. Our award-winning multispecialty team made up of prosthodontists, endodontists, a periodontist, and a general dentist with orthodontic training, is a who’s who of implantologists. They’ll place your implant supported dentures with exceptional expertise and get you back to worry-free eating, speaking, laughing, and smiling.
The journey back to a full, confident smile begins with us inserting four or more durable titanium dental implant posts into your jaw. Once fully integrated with the bone these will provide a reliable foundation for your implant supported dentures. Should you have some remaining decayed teeth still in your mouth, we will need to perform tooth extractions before placing your implant posts. The process requires healthy bone for implant placement. If your jawbone has deteriorated, we can restore it with a procedure called bone grafting, during which we use bone samples to rebuild your bone mass. Our team’s ready to do whatever it takes to return your life to normal with implant supported dentures.
Life with Implant Supported Dentures
Carefree smiles, conversation, and laughter
No more missing teeth
No more adhesives to buy
Durable replacement teeth
A comfortable customize fit
A reinforced jaw
Are You a Candidate?
The best way to determine your suitability for implant supported dentures is through a personalized, one-on-one consultation in our Brookline, MA office. There, a member of our team will discuss a variety of relevant factors, including whether you’re missing a full arch or a row of teeth; already have dentures and are unhappy with them and; have the bone density to receive implants in your jaw or are able to undergo a bone restoration procedure. We invite you to request a consultation so you can gain a full understanding of your treatment options. Let’s see if implant supported dentures are right for you!