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How Implants for Overdentures are Placed

The placement of implants for overdentures typically requires several steps, including:

  1. Consultation: Patients will meet with their prosthodontist to discuss their options and determine if implants for overdentures are the right choice.
  2. Implant placement: The prosthodontist will place the implants into the jawbone. This process typically requires a minor surgical procedure and a period of healing.
  3. Attachment of denture: Once the implants have healed and integrated with the jawbone, the denture will be attached to the implants, providing a secure and stable fit.
  4. Follow-up care: Patients will need to follow a regular schedule of dental check-ups and cleanings to ensure the long-term success of their implants.

A Personalised Approach

Dr. Kendall James takes a personalised approach to implants for overdentures. He understands that every patient has unique dental needs and concerns, and works closely with each individual to develop a customised treatment plan that meets their specific requirements. During the consultation, Dr. James will take the time to listen to the patient’s concerns and evaluate their oral health to determine the best course of action. He uses the latest technology and techniques to ensure the highest quality of care and a comfortable, successful outcome. With Dr. James’ personalised approach, patients can feel confident that their dental needs are in good hands and that they will receive the best possible results.

Implants for overdentures are a highly effective solution for patients who have lost many or all of their natural teeth. With improved stability, comfort, chewing power, and oral health, these implants can help patients regain their confidence and enjoy a more fulfilling life. A prosthodontist, with their advanced training in implant placement, is best suited to provide this treatment and ensure the best possible outcomes for patients.