Overdenture Supported by Implants

The way surgeons and dentists think about replacing a whole set of teeth has changed thanks to a modern treatment called an Implant overdenture. Standard dentures are unsupported artificial limbs with inherent flaws. Dentures are often uncomfortable, unstable, and unpleasant. Foods that you formerly loved may become difficult to chew while wearing such dentures. Implant-supported dentures are a benefit of contemporary dentistry.

By using a complete dental bridge supported by dental implants to replace your lost teeth, the Implant-Supported Overdenture treatment approach. Overall treatment time and expense are decreased, and fewer implants are required. The requirement for bone graft surgery to enhance bone volume is decreased by the higher stability that an implant-supported overdenture solution provides in the bone. Bar and clip attachment techniques or a variety of abutment-based attachments (balls, magnets, and robust stud attachments like Locators) are used to keep Implant-Supported Overdentures linked. The best attachment method for you depends on a number of variables that are identified early in therapy. A temporary set of teeth may often be inserted the same day as surgery. After surgery, you may resume your usual life thanks to the temporary teeth. Your dentist will set the last bridge after a brief recovery time. Your standard of living has increased, and you may once again indulge in your favorite meals with newfound vigor.

The benefits of Implant-Supported Overdentures are numerous:

  • A sensible financial option. Your new replacement teeth need fewer implants for each jaw than some other implant assisted restoration techniques. The price is reduced since fewer implants are needed.
  • Less bone grafts are required. Two of the implants are specially oriented to create a firm anchor for the rebuilt arch, which often eliminates the need for bone grafting.
  • Quicker healing and treatment times. After your implants have been placed, you may immediately connect your new arch.

Scientifically established and supported. The clinical findings of investigations that have been conducted on Implant-Supported Overdentures over the past ten years have been positive.