For any tooth replacement procedure, the solution our denturists in both our Scarborough and Port-Hope denture clinics recommend is dental implants. They are the best substitutes for tooth roots that form a stable foundation for permanent replacement teeth.
Apple denture offers quality denture and dental implant services in both our Scarborough and Port Hope denture clinics. All the procedures are performed by licensed denturist with years of experience creating beautiful smiles for Toronto area clients. Ask us about dental implants, and how they might be the right solution for you.
The closest possible replacement for natural teeth are dental implants, and the best way to restore your natural smile. The cost of these implants has become very affordable.
With a long, clinical history dental implants have proven themselves. For a more stable and natural feeling than most types of dentures implant retained dentures is your answer. Dental implants can be used to replace a single lost tooth or many missing teeth. Since the loss of natural teeth, many patients who have chosen implant-supported teeth report that they are happy and comfortable for the first time.
Contact our Scarborough Dental Implants clinic to find out more about getting your beautiful smile back.
Removable overdentures on an implant bar. For an even more secure fit, a milled titanium bar is fixed to your jaw bone with three or more implants, providing stronger support for your removable dentures. This option offers very secure fit and function, while taking pressure off your sensitive gums. This type provides best of both worlds – improved ability to chew while making it possible to clean both the denture and the mouth properly to lead a healthy lifestyle, while keeping the cost down.
This is the most cost-effective implant denture option available. It requires the placement of minimum 2 dental implants. After implants fuse with the bone, the denture is clipped to the implants via attachments. Teeth can be removed for cleaning and the use of denture adhesive is eliminated in 98% of the cases. It will return your confidence in chewing, improve your digestion and help to build up your self-confidence since the denture will not move in your mouth in comparison to Conventional Complete dentures.
Dental implants nowadays are a very exciting modern treatment of missing teeth. When teeth/dentures are held and supported by implants, it feels like getting your natural teeth back!
Dental implants prevent the jaw bone from shrinking, so you can keep your youthful look and avoid premature wrinkles! (Ladies will love that). Now you can put brakes on aging due to bone loss and saggy facial muscles with conventional dentures. Your body grows older and your tummy requires extra work to process the food. Studies show that proper chewing helps your body to absorb nutrients better. Problems with indigestion/bloating often go away because now it’s easy for your body to process the food. Good nutrition is essential for good general health. And healthy lifestyle increases life expectancy! How great is that?!
Dentures do not move, thus you can forget about pain caused by them! Foods that you have been struggling to chew are now easy and enjoyable to eat!Contrary to public opinion, placement of the implants in the gum is painless! Forget about those persistent sore spots on your gums. Now you don’t have to worry about the denture slipping or moving during the meal.
Now you can eat what you like, not only what you can! Smiling, talking, dancing, singing, laughing… All without your dentures moving around! How great is that?! Nasty denture adhesives? It’s a thing of the past!
A properly placed, integrated and maintained dental implant will last a lifetime! Implants have the highest success rate (99%) amongst any other dental treatment, such as crowns, root canals, etc. To install dental implants usually takes less than an hour. It is considered minor surgery, is done under local freezing and is painless.
In order to restore all of the missing teeth in one arch, minimum 4 to maximum of 6 implants are usually necessary. Contrary to common belief, you do not need to place an implant for each tooth that is missing.