What is the procedure for implant supported dentures?
An implant-supported denture is constructed in a similar way to a traditional denture, using replacement teeth that are attached to a gum colored acrylic base. However, instead of resting uncomfortably on the gums, an implant-supported denture has special attachments on its fitting surface. These will clip onto special attachments fitted to the dental implants that have already been surgically inserted into your jawbone. Instead of having a denture that can move around whenever you eat or talk, or even when you laugh or yawn, you will be able to enjoy having a denture that is firmly held in place, but which can still be removed for easy cleaning.