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January 24, 2018
Category: Dental Procedures

What your dentists in Macon, GA wants you to know about implant denturesimplant dentures

If you’ve worn dentures for a long time, you’ve probably noticed your jawline isn’t as firm as it used to be. You may have noticed your face beginning to sag. When you wear a denture, the denture puts pressure on your jawbone, causing your level of bone to diminish. You can lose your firm jawline and the youthful contours of your face.

Now, thanks to dental implants, you can save your bone and save your face! Dr. Clinton Watson and Dr. Nicole Jackson in Macon, GA want to share the facts about how implant dentures can help you.

Dental implants are made of titanium, a uniquely biocompatible material that your bone actually fuses to. Treatment begins with a simple in-office procedure to place the implants. Over time, your body will create more bone for the implants to fuse with. After your implants are fully embedded in bone, your denture is snapped in place over the implants.

Most people need between 4 and 6 implants per arch to fully secure a denture. Dr. Watson and Dr. Jackson will discuss recommendations and the results you can expect before treatment.

There are many reasons why people choose implant dentures. These are just a few:

  • Stability, because your dentures are held firmly and securely in place by the implants and won’t move around

  • Natural appearance, because your implant denture will look like natural teeth

  • Satisfaction, because you will be able to chew with strength and confidence, enjoying the foods you love

  • A younger look, because your implant denture helps you retain your firm jawline and youthful facial contours

Don’t put up with an ill-fitting, loose denture ever again. Insist on implant dentures, the revolutionary denture that looks, feels and functions like your natural teeth. It’s time to visit an expert. It’s time to call Dr. Watson and Dr. Jackson in Macon, GA. Find out more by calling today!