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6 Reasons To Ditch Your Dentures For Dental Implants

Implant dentures Daly City

Traditional dentures allow people to chew foods harder than mashed bananas and flash some teeth when they smile. But they can be unstable, irritating, embarrassing, and inconvenient. Implant-supported dentures from Kenneth Hovden DDS in Daly City are a major step forward.

Dental implants are titanium posts inserted directly into the jawbone. A single implant can support one artificial tooth, while several implants can support a set of dentures.

Implant-supported dentures provide the following benefits:

  • Stability – Implants don’t move around in your mouth.  This permits normal chewing, swallowing, and speech.
  • Bone Retention – The post prevents the bone loss that almost always occurs after a tooth is extracted
  • Dental implants prevent jaw muscle dysfunction that can occur when remaining teeth are forced to compensate for missing teeth
  • Implants eliminate gum irritation caused by traditional dentures
  • No need for denture relines
  • No denture adhesive needed, because they are anchored in your jawbone.

For more information about implant-supported dentures, call us at Kenneth Hovden DDS in Daly City. We also offer cosmetic dentistry services, such as porcelain veneers. Schedule an appointment today.

Contact Kenneth Hovden DDS:


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901 Campus Dr Ste 202
Daly City, California

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