Get More Bite Force With Denture Implants

Get More Bite Force With Denture Implants

Many adults have lost teeth due to tooth decay, gum disease, infection or injury to their mouth. Tooth loss can affect your confidence, your smile, and your ability to eat and chew many foods. There are many options for tooth replacement. But often with patients needing tooth replacement for the first time, the biggest concern is how difficult eating will be after getting artificial teeth. There are a few different options to replace your teeth, and two of the more common are removable dentures and denture implants.

This post will focus on the benefits of denture implants and why people choose this permanent option to get their bite back sooner!

If you are weighing out the pros and cons of dentures vs denture implants, there are some key benefits of getting a denture implant that you will want to consider before making your decision:

  • Denture Implants are Sturdier. Although getting a complete set of dentures is a good option for those who are looking to regain their smile after tooth loss, denture implants will do the same with the added benefit of extra stability. Your denturist will surgically implant a framework that will support the artificial teeth into your jaw bone. This results in a tighter and more anchored feeling bite. Food lovers, rejoice!
  • Denture Implants are Gentler. Dentures have come a long way over the years, but the fact remains that they are still adhered daily to your gums which can cause discomfort, rubbing, pain, and sore spots. Of course, when this happens you can book into your denture clinic for an adjustment or emergency denture repair, but much like real teeth, denture implants are affixed directly into your jawbone as opposed to your soft and sensitive gum tissue. An added bonus is that it’s much easier to bite and chew without worrying about your tender gums taking the brunt of the force.
  • Denture Implants Feel More Permanent. Just like real teeth, your new replacement teeth will be adhered to your jaw bone, resulting in a more solid and permanent feeling denture. Implanted dentures allow you to get back to eating your favourite foods more quickly and with a stronger bite.
  • Denture Implants are More Convenient. Getting these nearly permanent teeth replacements means you don’t have to mess around with nightly removal, and messy adhesives. Many implants can last a lifetime, so you can enjoy the benefits of easy to care for denture implants for years to come.
  • Denture Implants are Easier to Eat With. It goes without saying that this is so important when choosing what type of denture to get. Denture implants will look, feel, and function much like your own teeth would, allowing for greater comfort and confidence while chewing food.

Generally speaking, mostly everyone who opts for denture implants over partial, or full dentures experiences great satisfaction and is pleased with the long-term results. Best of all, many patients report the ability to eat normally and enjoy many of the foods they enjoyed before dentures.

Affordable Denture Solutions in Calgary

If you love good food and want to continue eating with ease, then denture implants might be right for you. After a thorough evaluation, your denturist will create a plan for your tooth root implant, and placement of your natural looking and feeling dental implants. After some mild soreness and a short recovery, you can expect to be back to enjoying many of the foods you used to before tooth loss.

Future Smiles Denture Clinic is your friendly, knowledgeable, and proficient denturist team for denture solutions like complete or partial dentures, and denture implants. With two denture clinics in Calgary for your convenience in Coral Springs in the NE and close to Chinook Centre on Macleod in the SW, you can trust that you are in great hands at either location. Fill out the form below, or call 403-475-0016 for more information.


Q: Are denture implants permanent?
A: Denture implants are as close to a permanent teeth replacement solution as possible, as they are anchored in the jawbone. With proper care and oral hygiene, these dental implants can last a lifetime.

Q: Can you get a partial denture implant?
A: Yes, either partial or full/complete dentures can be made into these near-permanent denture implants.

Q: Are full dentures implants better than regular dentures?
A: Many people consider denture implants to be the better option for replacing their teeth. Although they cost more money upfront, they are considered to be a permanent tooth replacement option. Other additional benefits include not having to remove them for cleaning, no adhesives are needed, and they have a much stronger bite impact than removable dentures do. However, not everyone is an ideal candidate for implants. Book a consultation at Future Smiles Denture Clinic to see if denture implants are an option for you.

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Vlad Dumbrava

Vlad Dumbrava has been active in the field of denture therapy since 2008. Upon receiving his denturist degree in 2011 from George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario, he continued his education in Medical Sciences at Western University.

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