What If My Denture Is Loose?

In this video, Dr. Robert Harvey explains how mini dental implants can stabilize loose dentures, enhancing comfort and functionality.

If you’re experiencing issues with a loose, traditional denture and would prefer to continue using dentures, mini dental implants offer an excellent solution to stabilize them. This technique has been used effectively for many years to secure both existing and new dentures.

Here’s how it works:

1. Placement of Mini Dental Implants: We begin by placing several mini dental implants in the jaw. These implants are small and minimally invasive, making them a suitable option even for patients who may have less bone density.

2. Integration with Dentures: Inside your denture—whether it’s your current one or a new set—are special housings equipped with little rubber o-rings. These o-rings are designed to snap onto the mini dental implants.

3. Locking Mechanism: Once the denture is positioned over the implants, the o-rings lock it into place. This locking mechanism drastically reduces the movement of the denture, securing it firmly whether it’s an upper or lower set.

This system transforms the denture-wearing experience. If you’ve struggled with dentures that slip, cause sore spots, or make eating difficult, stabilizing them with mini dental implants can eliminate these problems. The result is a more comfortable and functional denture that allows you to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.

We perform this procedure almost daily, helping countless individuals regain their ability to eat comfortably and feel like themselves again. If you’re interested in exploring how mini dental implants can improve your denture experience, we encourage you to come in for a consultation. We’re here to help you achieve a secure, stable smile that enhances your quality of life.

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Dr. Robert Harvey & Dr. Rameek McNair

At Aspire Dental Group, our experience, unrivaled technology, and caring service provide a comforting experience to our patients that is hard to find in other dental offices. Dr. Robert Harvey and Dr. Rameek Mcnair combined have over 45 years of experience in dentistry. Our goal is to always deliver extraordinary care to every patient. We will go the extra mile for you 6 days a week!

Very few dental offices around the country have an in-house crown and bridge laboratory. This means that Aspire Dental Group has a full-time ceramist that allows us full control over the fit between our lab products and your existing teeth. You can count on not only a more streamlined and faster production schedule, but overall savings for our patients who utilize dental components built by the lab. Our highly skilled ceramist will craft custom dental restorations that are perfect for your teeth, ensuring you a smile that you will love.

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