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What are implant-supported dentures and bridges?

Implant Dentures vs. Dental Bridges

Dental implants are tooth root replacements made from strong and biocompatible titanium. This material bonds easily with bone. Your dentist implants the root and allows for an integration and healing period—usually several months.

When integration is complete, we top your new roots with dental implants.

Implant-supported prosthetics allow you to replace multiple missing teeth or all of your teeth without paying for an implant for each lost tooth.

For implant-supported dentures in North Tampa, your dentist relies on four to six implant posts to support a complete denture. The integration period is typically the same as with single implants.

If you’re considering an implant-supported bridge in North Tampa, it may mean only one implant to fix your prosthetic.

Implant-supported prosthetics prevent slippage and the need for adhesives and relines.

Interested? Schedule a Consultation

Your dentist in North Tampa starts you with a consultation in our dental office. Typically, this includes x-rays to look at the integrity of your jawbone. If you’re a candidate for implant-supported prosthetics, we plan your treatment, and you’re on your way to a comfortable and beautiful smile.

Our dentist provides implant technology to patients in North Tampa, Lake Magdalene, Brentwood, Hamlet, Carrollwood, Lutz, and your location. If you live near these communities, book an appointment online or call our North Tampa office today.

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