Do you have traditional dentures?
You may have complained at least once that they did not fit correctly, did not look natural, slipped at inopportune moments, made it tough to speak clearly, clicked at times while you were speaking, and made it difficult to eat what you want. The good news is that there is finally an alternative that removes all these challenges: implant supported dentures.Schedule Consultation
Implant supported dentures are made from a prosthetic device or bridge that is anchored in place using several dental implant posts. The dental implant posts are positioned strategically to give the best hold on the prosthesis.
Your implant supported denture can be either fixed or removable depending on your preference and situation. We will go over all of your options during a personalized consultation.
Find out more by calling us at 702-984-2577 to schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Curry Leavitt.
Are you a candidate for implant supported dentures? While there is no way to know for sure before you come into our office to see Dr. Curry Leavitt, there are some attributes shared by implant supported denture candidates:
If you have a traditional removable denture, you know how frustrating it can be to make it look and feel like a part of your mouth. Not only are old-fashioned dentures notoriously tough to keep in place, but they limit your ability to eat what you want. A better solution is state-of-the-art All-on-4® dental implants, which allow you to have an implant-supported removable bridge that is securely anchored in place.
By replacing your missing teeth with All-on-4® dental implants, you can gain all the benefits of having a full smile without dealing with traditional denture challenges.
There are several keys to achieving a successful dental implantation. One of them is knowing exactly where to place the titanium-based dental implant posts in the jawbone. Dr. Curry Leavitt trusts the GALILEOS® cone beam and its incredible technology to provide insightful images that help guide his final placement decision.
The GALILEOS® cone beam takes incredibly detailed images of the soft and hard tissues in your mouth. These visuals pinpoint the ideal spots for surgical implantation. Without the GALILEOS® cone beam, Dr. Leavitt would have to rely on less accurate methods to determine where your bone mass is strongest to support a single dental implant, denture, bridge, or another prosthesis.
From the types of dental implants we utilize to our incredible laser gum surgery, we offer options that will amaze you and improve your oral health.
When you make your appointment with us by calling (702) 834-8900, ask to see our world-class equipment during your initial visit. Some of the tools that we use include: