Denture Comfort is a new technology offering denture wearers enhanced lifestyles and confident smiles.
Until recently, dentures were the standard replacement for people with lost teeth. They provide denture wearers with basic chewing function and a better appearance. However it is common
for denture wearers to suffer from degenerative bone loss caused by ill fitting, loose dentures.
Constant friction and rubbing against the soft gum tissue produces sore spots, which can cause discomfort and in some cases, infection. The absence of natural teeth triggers shrinkage of the ridge, gum, and underlying bone. Combined with the pressure of a hard denture base, there is further shrinkage. Both factors contribute to a poor denture fir, and loss
of denture retention.
Denture Comfort Provides a Remedy
It is an FDA market-approved, inexpensive and straightforward solution.
Slows ridge degeneration
Cushions & stabilizes dentures
Used with new OR existing dentures
Denture Comfort is Easy and Affordable
The technique utilizes four to six thin Atlas implant anchors. Because of their ultra small size, Atlas anchors do NOT require surgical incision into the gum tissue. The Atlas anchors are the attachment between your bone structure and your dentures. A soft, elastic, silicone liner is fitted into your existing-or new-denture. The liner acts as a cushion between the denture and your gums and fits securely around the implants. The result, a comfortable fit and optimal retention.
The entire procedure is accomplished with local anesthesia, and is often completed in less than one hour. Fortunately, there is minimal healing discomfort. in no time at all, you will be able to eat hard-to-chew foods without fear of denture dislodgement. Denture Comfort is an affordable procedure suitable for a great range of patients, regardless of their age and medical and dental histories.
Finally, a reason to smile!
For more information please visit denture comfort website.
Please call Smile Plus Cosmetic Dentistry to make appointment or if have any questions and needs more details regarding partial or full dentures.