Denture Over Implants


Occasionally, the treatment best suited to a patient’s situation is a dental implant. We are pleased to offer this service to our patients in partnership with a Dental Implant Specialist or your dentist.


  • Confidence boosting
  • Firmness while eating
  • Bone preservation
  • Reduced gum shrinkage
  • Less trapped food under the denture
  • Improved aesthetics
  • An overall feeling more closely matching your natural teeth
  • Dietary nutritional benefits

Facts Surrounding Implants

An implant is basically a root replacement. Once it is implanted into your jawbone, the bone and body of the implant fuse into one cohesive unit, providing a solid anchor to build the tooth on. This solid anchor can also be used as a retention abutment for full or partial dentures. Studies have shown implants to reduce gum tissue loss and preserve existing bone. Speaking, laughing and eating can now be engaged in with full confidence! Patients generally feel better about themselves and regain their zest for life thanks to implants being the closest thing to natural teeth. History has shown dental implants to have a very high clinical success rate. Patients who have selected implants often report new-found confidence and comment on how similar the implants feel to their original teeth.