Top 4 Reasons to Choose Dental Implants

ImplantImproved Quality of Life.They will make your smile look like new again so you can feel confident in your ability to eat, laugh, and live without worrying about your dentures or missing teeth.
Ball Retained DentureSecure Comfort. Implants are surgically placed in the jaw bone where they integrate with the bone. You will never have to worry about messy denture pastes or creams again! Your implants won't move or slip so you can live a normal life!
DenturesPreserve Facial Shape and Jawbone Integrity. Bone loss in the jaw occurs almost immediately after loosing a tooth. Without the root to stimulate it, the jawbone will eventually dissolve to a point where the cheeks and lips are no longer supported. This can cause an aged, shrunken appearance. Implants preserve bone and help maintain facial integrity.
Man RelaxingHealthy Teeth Are Unaffected. Bridges require the grinding down of health adjacent teeth and can often be uncomfortable to wear. Implants will not affect healthy teeth and can actually help prevent further tooth loss due to jaw bone deterioration.

Implant Supported Dentures in Coppell, TX

When you have dentures, you may wish that they felt more secure so that you could enjoy your favorite foods. You may also worry that the adhesives will fail and your dentures will slip while you are speaking, causing you embarrassment. Perhaps your dentures are irritating your gums, resulting in inflammation. All of these are common complaints of denture wearers, but there is a solution. Dr. J. Darrell Steele can anchor your dentures in place using dental implants in Coppell, TX.

Implant Supported Dentures

Bar-Retained Dentures
Bar Retained Permanent Denture in Coppell, TXThere are two types of hybrid dental implants dentures: bar retained and ball retained. With bar retained dentures, several implants are strategically placed in the jaw bone and then fit with a metal bar. Your dentures will rest on this bar instead of your gum line and will be held in place with clasps.


Ball-Retained Dentures
Ball Retained Permanent Denture in Coppell, TXThe ball retained method uses a ball and socket application with small, metal balls fastened to the tops of three or more strategically placed dental implants. Dentures are retrofitted with a socket corresponding to each metal ball. The dental implants and dentures then snap together for a firm hold.


Both methods rely upon strategically placed dental implants. Dentures are held more securely with these methods. In addition, dental implants preserve bone through their stimulation of the jaw bone. Patients are able to experience some of the greater advantages associated with having dental implants and dentures. Implant supported denture techniques may be used on the upper or lower jaws and are a removable option.

Schedule Your Consultation for Hybrid Dental Implants Dentures

If you cannot decide between dental implants or dentures due to budget or health concerns, talk with Dr. Steele about implant supported dentures. A quick consultation with our doctor can help you to decide if you could benefit from dentures supported by dental implants in Coppell, TX.


Dr. J. Darrell Steele, an oral surgeon in Coppell, TX, serves patients from Grapevine, Carrollton, Lewisville, and Irving. We are looking forward to welcoming you to our office and encourage you to schedule your appointment today!

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