Is Tooth Loss Causing You to Miss Out on Life?
Full-arch tooth loss can affect every aspect of your life. From social events to nutrition, living with extensive tooth loss is extremely difficult. Implant supported dentures from Dr. Paul Anderson deliver the lasting results you want for your smile. Our specialized practice offers several effective solutions. Whether you are missing multiple or a full-arch of teeth, tired of daily denture struggles or facing extensive tooth extractions, implant-based options are life-changing. Contact our friendly team to discuss flexible options like Teeth-in-a-day™, All-on-4® implants and Bar Attachment Dentures!
The Stability of Dental Implants Combined with Natural-Looking Dentures
Implant supported appliances rely on two or more implant posts for a stable, lasting smile. These posts integrate with your jaw for a strong, stable foundation. A highly cosmetic denture appliance is attached to the implants for a natural look, feel and function. Same-day options are also available, for the ultimate in convenience. Imagine going from extractions to brand new teeth in a single visit! Advanced solutions like Teeth-in-a-day™ and All-on-4® make this possible.
What Can Implant Supported Dentures Do for Your Smile?
Patients who choose implant supported solutions report a high level of satisfaction and comfort. Implant supported dentures differ from traditional appliances in a number of exciting ways.
They offer benefits like:
- Jaw bone stimulation
- Greater stability
- Exceptional comfort
- Secure biting function
- Eat most types of foods
- More natural feel and function
- Enhanced confidence
Highly-Qualified Specialized Care
Choosing a specialist for your implants offers a number of advantages for your oral health and smile. As a Board Certified Oral Surgeon and medical doctor, Dr. Anderson is recognized as a specialist offering the highest standard of care and expertise in the field. He and our team are extremely experienced in performing implant surgery. We use computer guided technology to ensure precision placement of your implants and the lasting results you want for your smile.