OVERDENTURES

overdentures-gold-coast-southportUnsecured, old-fashioned dentures can have a negative impact on your lifestyle and confidence…

Many people who have suffered from tooth loss experience discomfort, pain and inconvenience when wearing their traditional dentures.

Overdentures are a dental solution that effectively help stabilise your dentures.  If you would like to regain your confidence and smile again, learn more about Dr Mark Taylor’s overdenture dental treatments below.

Dr Mark Taylor offers a range of implant supported over-denture treatments:

Removable Implant Over-Dentures

Removable Over-Dentures on an Implant Bar

Fixed Implant Supported Bridges

This method provides a stable solution where your new teeth are attached to two or more dental implants, making this a cost effective treatment option. With this treatment you will be able to eat with comfort and remove your teeth for cleaning without messy adhesives.

The removable over-denture supported by an implant bar treatment option is an appropriate choice for those who want a more secure restoration. A dental bar is fixed to your jaw bone with two or more implants providing a strong support for your removable dentures. This treatment also allows patients to remove their teeth for cleaning and there is no need for denture glues.

This form of over-denture treatment is the most stable of the three options and utilises four or more dental implants to create maximum stability. A fixed implant supported bridge can ensure optimal oral health by stimulating your jaw bone, restoring your chewing function whilst maintaining your taste sensation.

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DENTAL IMPLANT DISCLAIMER:
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks.
Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.