While dentures certainly bring many life-changing benefits, almost all denture-wearers find that problems do occur. Typically, they become loose and can cause painful sore spots. Maintaining them requires frequent visits to the dentist for adjustments and may require repeated relines and adhesives. But there’s no reason to suffer from these denture troubles any longer.
Denture Comfort™ technology is FDA Market-Approved and will keep your dentures firmly in place, while providing gentle cushioning for your gums. Not only will they be far more comfortable—you can even wear them while sleeping—the procedure also dramatically slows degeneration of your ridge, the primary cause of loose dentures. In fact, a recent university study showed a success rate of 96% with patients who received dental implants. With Denture Comfort™ there’s finally a reason to smile.
Loose Dentures, Receding Gums
When properly maintained, dentures work wonderfully as a replacement for missing natural teeth. Over time however, the constant pressure of the dentures’ hard acrylic base causes shrinkage of the ridge and the underlying bone. The result is that dentures eventually don’t fit and require messy, often unreliable adhesives to keep them in place. It also means that denture wearers must have their dentures relined every few years and endure regular adjustments from their dentist. But there’s a better way.
An Affordable, One-Hour Procedure
Denture Comfort™ is a proven, industry standard procedure that works with either new or current denture wearers. The process is simple: Your dentist will install four to six ultra-narrow titanium Atlas™ implants. Then your denture is lined with a soft, elastic silicone base, which both grips the short protruding tips of the Atlas™ implants, and provides a soft cushion against your gums. The entire procedure lasts about an hour under local anesthesia and—unlike traditional implants—doesn’t require cutting of gum tissue or stitches. As a result, Denture Comfort costs far less than competing implant methods which often require surgery and have a far greater healing time. In fact, by the time you leave your dentist’s office, your dentures will fit comfortably, and you’ll find there’s little reason to take them out at all-even when sleeping!
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