Implant-Supported Dentures in Fort Lauderdale
- Full-Arch Replacement Options
- Complimentary Dental Implant Consultation
- New Teeth in One Day with All-on-4®
- Benefits of Dental Implants
Loose or Uncomfortable Dentures? Or Have a Mouth Full of Broken-Down Teeth that Need to Be Replaced?
Maintain full comfort and chewing ability with Implant-Supported Dentures
If you need a full arch of teeth replaced or if you have been wearing loose, uncomfortable dentures, you can take advantage of the latest breakthrough in tooth replacement technology—implant-supported dentures. With dental implants, your new teeth will be stable in your mouth and your chewing power will be greatly increased.
Dr. Johnson provides full-service treatment for patients who want to stabilize their dentures or who need full-arch tooth replacement. She ensures that your new teeth are not only highly functional but also aesthetic and durable.
Full-Arch Replacement Options
Removable implant-supported dentures that you can snap in and out are the most economical option for replacing a full arch of teeth. Snap-in dentures are fully stable in the mouth, do not slip while you are speaking or eating, and provide better chewing power than regular dentures.
For the greatest stability and most lifelike function, Dr. Johnson recommends implant-supported new teeth that are permanently fixed into your mouth. With the revolutionary All-on-4 procedure, you can receive fixed-in new teeth in a single day, usually without the need for bone grafting.
Complimentary Dental Implant Consultation
If you have missing or broken-down teeth, implants may be the right solution for you. Take advantage of our Complimentary Dental Implant Consultation and find out more about how dental implants could benefit you.
Your free consultation will include:
- Oral examination
- Consultation with the doctor
- Discuss your goals and concerns
- Review your treatment options
- Get your questions answered
New Teeth in One Day with All-on-4®
After preliminary prep work, any remaining teeth are extracted, a minimum of four implants are placed in each arch, and a beautiful set of functional temporary teeth is attached. Your beautiful final teeth, which are placed after the implants have fully healed, are made from lifelike zirconia or porcelain and can last a lifetime.
Because of the use of specially angled, long implants that take advantage of available bone, even patients who have suffered extensive bone loss are usually candidates for the All-on-4 procedure.