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Implant Dentures – Katy, TX

Strong, Beautiful, and Complete Smile Replacements

At The Dental People, we provide all the amazing services you need under one roof. Instead of referring you to a specialist for advanced treatments, we can provide you with start-to-finish convenience at our dental office. If you’re missing all or most of your teeth, implant dentures from dentists could be a perfect option. Read on to see how you can achieve a beautiful, functional, and lifelike smile with implant dentures in Katy.

Why Choose The Dental People for Implant Dentures?

  • Implant Placement & Restoration at the Same Location
  • Experienced Team of Dentists
  • State-of-the-Art Technology & Beautiful Materials

What are Implant Dentures?

Man with implant dentures in Katy smiling outside

Implant dentures combine the advantages of dental implants and dentures to give you a strong and natural-looking set of teeth. We can surgically place an average of 4 to 6 dental implants in your jaw, which will support your custom-made denture. After your dental implants have healed during a process called osseointegration, we will attach abutments that allow us to mount your denture. The result is a sturdy and stable smile that lets you eat, grin, and speak with ease.

At your consultation, we’ll discuss your options for your implant denture, which include the following:

Fixed/Permanent Implant Dentures

A fixed implant denture is not meant to be removed by anyone but the dentist themselves. To keep the denture secure, we use roughly 4 to 6 dental implants. While this option is ideal for those who would prefer to move away from the traditional denture maintenance they are used to, you will need sufficient bone tissue.

Removable Implant Dentures

Also known as “Snap-On” dentures, this option is ideal for those who may not have as much bone tissue available for several implants throughout the mouth. To stays secure, they attach to either a bar-retained or ball-retained design placed inside the mouth ahead of the restoration. Typically, this option requires just 2 to 5 implants to place, but you will need to remove it for cleaning at home.

The Implant Denture Procedure

Diagram of a denture hovering over dental implants in Katy

After your consultation and treatment of any preexisting issues, you’ll come in for your implant surgery. We will make small incisions in your gums before creating tiny holes for the placement of your implants. Once placed, you’ll begin a healing period that will last at least 3 to 4 months. After, we will attach small connectors called abutments and take impressions of your new smile. These impressions are used to custom make your dentures. Once made, you’ll visit our dental office for a final time, where we will ensure you’re happy with your results before permanently mounting your dentures.

Am I a Candidate for Implant Dentures?

Woman smiling after visiting implant dentist in Katy

The best way to know if you’re a candidate for implant dentures is to visit our dental office for a consultation. One of our experts will carefully examine your oral health, missing teeth, and any preexisting issues in your mouth. From there, we can make the best recommendation based on your needs with a personalized treatment plan. Candidates for implant dentures are typically those who are missing all or most of their teeth but still have enough jawbone volume to accommodate dental implants. In some cases, we may recommend bone grafting or other treatments before implant dentures, which allow you to enjoy this replacement option.

Benefits of Combining Dentures & Dental Implants

Older woman smiling with an implant dentist in Katy

We offer implant dentures because of these unique advantages:

  • Confidence: Feel confident to smile and speak in any setting!
  • Strength: Chew through all of your favorite foods with a strong set of teeth.
  • Health: Dental implants stimulate the jawbone to prevent it from deteriorating after tooth loss.
  • Longevity: The dental implants themselves can last for a lifetime with proper care.

Are you ready to get started on your implant dentures? Contact our dental office to take your first step toward your new smile.