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Clearwater Dental Associates Secures Loose Dentures in Clearwater, FL with Long-Lasting Dental Implants

19:50 EDT 17 May 2018 | PR Web

Clearwater Dental Associates now accepts new patients interested in securing their loose dentures in Clearwater, FL. With dental implants, dentures can be secured in place for a more natural, strong and comfortable fit while providing improved oral health and quality of life benefits.

Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) May 17, 2018

Those with ill-fitting or loose dentures in Clearwater, FL, can now visit Clearwater Dental Associates to get secure implant supported dentures, without having a referral. By placing dental implants within the jaw, dentures can be retrofitted to securely attach and provide a stable, comfortable bite. At Clearwater Dental Associates, patients are able to have their dental implants placed and restored in-office for added convenience by a team of doctors with over 120 years of combined experience.

“We have patients all the time that come in and tell us about how frustrating their dentures are,” says Dr. Matthew Burton. “We use dental implants to anchor dentures in place. If we are able to add implants to their jaw bone and secure their dentures, we can change their life. We can make their smile better, we can make them look forward to eating, they can probably eat foods they are not able to and expand their diet.”

Loose dentures can cause problems and embarrassment on a regular basis for those who wear them. When a denture does not fit properly, it can slip or fall out when speaking or eating, cause food to get stuck under the denture and create sores on the gums. Since there is no jaw bone stimulation, the shape of the jaw can erode causing an improper fit and require the dentures to be reshaped.

Dental implants are considered the gold standard of tooth replacement for patients with missing teeth. They provide a natural look, feeling and function as well as improve oral health by stimulating the jaw bone for continued growth. Implant supported dentures combine dental implants with the full arch solution of dentures. A denture will be created to “snap” into the implant posts and be securely held in place without the need of adhesives.

Implant supported dentures offer many benefits to patients, including:

  • Long-term tooth replacement
  • Natural appearance and function
  • Improves oral and overall health
  • Comfortable on the gums
  • No slipping or falling out

Patients interested in securing their loose dentures in Clearwater, FL, or want to learn more about Clearwater Dental Associates can contact the practice at 727-797-8800 or visit http://www.cdadental.com.

About the Practice

Clearwater Dental Associates is a team of leading dentists serving patients in the Clearwater area for over 30 years. Drs. Matthew Burton, Keith Kiskaddon, Nolan Allen, Maria Hernandez and James Hayslett offer comprehensive services, allowing patients to receive all of their dental care at one, state-of-the-art facility. A 17-seat practice with over 20 team members, Clearwater Dental Associates provides leading care including dental implants, Invisalign®, sedation and general dental care. A patient-centered practice, each doctor and team member is dedicated to patient comfort and education. To learn more about Clearwater Dental Associates or to schedule a personalized appointment, call 727-797-8800 or visit http://www.cdadental.com.

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