Partials On Implants

When faced with the challenge of replacing multiple missing teeth, removable partials retained by implants provide a versatile solution that combines comfort and affordability. This dental restoration offers the convenience of a removable prosthetic without the need for multiple implants to replace a full side of missing teeth.

Removable partials retained by implants involve strategically placing implants into the jawbone to serve as secure anchors. These implants create a stable foundation for the partial denture, which consists of prosthetic teeth set within a gum-colored base. The partial denture is meticulously crafted to mimic the appearance of natural teeth and gums on a sturdy base that snaps into place onto your implant(s).

The attachment method for the removable partial denture is a crucial consideration. Implants can provide support for a removable denture using attachment mechanisms like locator attachments or ball-and-socket attachments. These mechanisms securely connect the denture to the implants, allowing for stability during everyday activities like eating and speaking.

While removable partials offer convenience, their success is also influenced by biological factors such as bone and gum tissue positioning. The precise placement of implants is crucial for both aesthetics and function. Implants must be positioned strategically to maximize stability and create a harmonious smile. This is why intraoral and CBCT scans taken in our office at Periodontal Associates will allow for the most accurate placement of the implant to be guaranteed.

For those seeking expertise in implant placement, the knowledge of our periodontists, Dr. Dan Thousand and Dr. Katelyn Fleming is unparalleled. With our deep understanding of bone and gum structures, they are ideally suited to guide you toward a healthy and beautiful smile. Call us at 303-795-5700 to schedule your treatment and learn more about partial restorations on implants in Centennial, Colorado.