November 10, 2014
It can sometimes be difficult to adjust to life with dentures. You may experience discomfort because of less than desirable stability. Dentures can also be inconvenient to maintain. If you have problems with your dentures, you may be a good candidate for dental implants. Dental implants are tiny titanium posts that can be implanted in your jaw to stabilize your dentures. For your immediate dental implant consultation, make an appointment with Dr. Vacek today. Dr. Vacek has helped dentures patients in the Lincoln, NE, Waverly, Hickman, Firth, Crete, and Seward areas restore their smiles with dental implants and he can help you too.
Why Get Dental Implants for Your Dentures?
- Loose fitting dentures can be replaced with improved support, stability and retention with implant over-dentures.
- Over-dentures will help control and improve facial contours that result in minimizing premature wrinkles.
- Implant over-dentures allow you to chew food better and speak more clearly. Many studies have shown that over-dentures contribute to improved chewing efficiency and speaking, compared to full dentures.
- Dental implants can reduce pressure on the remaining healthy teeth.
- Dental implants preserve your natural tooth tissue by avoiding the need to cut down adjacent healthy teeth.
- Dental implants preserve bone and significantly reduce bone absorption and deterioration that results in loss of jawbone.
- Dental implants reduce the need for restorative intervention on adjacent teeth.
- Implants last for a much longer time than conventional restorations to teeth.
Dental Implants for Dentures in Lincoln, NE
If you have the option, you should choose dental implants to secure your dentures. Dental implant surgery can take several months to complete, so it’s important to get the process started right away. Make an appointment with Dr. Vacek’s dentist office today to get quality dental implants for your dentures. Dr. Vacek is now proudly serving patients in the Lincoln, NE, Waverly, Hickman, Firth, Crete, and Seward areas.
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