Implant Supported Dentures
Snap On Dentures

Tooth loss and tooth decay can severely impact your quality of life. It can cause you to feel self-conscious and limit your ability to eat and chew comfortably.

Fortunately, Dr. Amber Khan can restore aesthetics and function to your smile while also protecting your oral health.

Find out why Orlando FL patients come to Hunters Creek Dental Center for  this premium tooth loss treatment.

What Are Snap On Dentures?

At Hunters Creek Dental Center located in Orlando FL, we offer the highest quality Snap-On Dentures. Also called implant-supported dentures, they were developed to rejuvenate your smile from missing teeth and tooth decay. If you suffer from significant tooth loss in the lower and upper jaw, this is the dental solution for you. Unlike traditional dentures that rest directly on your gums, implant-supported dentures are restorations that are supported by dental implants that are surgically placed into your jawbone. Sufficient jawbone strength is required for traditional implant-supported dentures. If you jawbone does not have enough bone mass, a bone graft may be necessary. 

Benefits of Implant-Supported Dentures

Restored Function

Full function can be restored to your missing teeth with implant supported dentures. This will allow you to speak clearly and eat freely.   

Increase Stability

Snap on dentures firmly connect to dental implants placed in the jawbone. This helps improve your confidence and prevents them from sliding out of place. 

Defend Your Oral Health

Implant-supported dentures maintain the strength and structure of you jawbone. This projects against bone atrophy. 

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Snap On Dentures

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At Hunter’s Creek Dental Center we provide the highest quality snap on dentures made in house. Schedule a free dental implant consultation today and rejuvenate your smile. 

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Candidacy for Implant-Supported Dentures

The potential candidacy for implant-supported dentures to address missing teeth is observed in the majority of patients. If you need a full mouth extraction, implant-supported dentures can be a viable alternative, although Dr. Khan will always endeavor to preserve a patient’s damaged teeth whenever possible. The overall health of the jawbone is an essential determinant in determining candidacy for implants. Dense bone volume is vital to providing a solid foundation for the titanium posts. Tooth loss often results in bone recession as the jawbone fails to receive necessary stimulation through the roots of teeth.

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Tooth Replacement Solution

Dental Implant statistic

The American College of Prosthodontists reports 36 million have lost all their teeth and that 120 million Americans have lost at least one tooth. Researches have found a strong success rate among patients who have chosen to rebuild their smiles with dental implants.*

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Before and after snap on dentures

Restoration Options

Dr. Khan offers two primary types of implant-supported dentures: partial and full restorations. A partial denture replaces a substantial portion of your dental arch. It can be a good solution if you are missing more than three adjacent teeth. A full denture restores your entire lower and upper dental arch. This option may be appropriate if you are missing most or all of your teeth. A partial denture can replace a large portion of your dental arch. It can be a good solution if you are missing more than three adjacent teeth.

Hunters creek dental center uses multiple  different materials. Dr. Khan will help you choose the right type for your oral health needs and cosmetic goals for treatment.