Secure Your Dentures With TeethXpress

Most people are familiar with the sight of grandparents or aunts and uncles removing their dentures before going to bed at night—for some, a truly grotesque vision. Dentures often require an unfortunate, gunky glue that attaches them to the gums. On one hand, this sounds like a simple fix to being toothless, but if you consider the long-term implications of relying on these unattractive and unsecured “teeth,” you will likely reconsider ever choosing removable dentures as your tooth alternative.

What Are Dental Implants?

People often come to the dentist with missing teeth and wonder what their options are for replacing that tooth or teeth. Dentists may suggest dentures, bridgework or dental implants to mimic the appearance and function of teeth.

  • The term “dental implant” refers to a titanium post that is inserted into the jaw in place of your tooth root.
  • The post is the base for the abutment to be attached.
  • The abutment is what holds the crown (or, in the case of multiple teeth replacement, a bridge) into place.
  • Further, the crown is the white “tooth” part of the implant!

The major difference between dentures and dental implants is that implants are physically attached to your bone using a much more stable technology—the implants themselves. Loose dentures can be taken out and put back in at will on a day to day basis. With TeethXpress technology, dentures can be mechanically secured to establish a more fixed (non-removable) tooth alternative.

Dental implants are a reliable solution that feel like teeth as the jaw bone adheres to the post. Removable dentures cause the bone that was formerly supporting teeth roots to shrink and shrivel up—resulting in a much older looking facial bone structure. The implants themselves adhere to the bone which prevents bone loss, while loose dentures require a topical glue that has no impact on bone stimulation.

What to Expect for Your TeethXpress Treatment

Your first visit with our certified TeethXpress dentist will be to discuss how TeethXpress works, and how it will be customized for you. The team will explain how long it will take and address any questions or concerns that you may have. During the day of treatment, four to six implants are placed with your abutment posts. You can be assured that you will walk out with a brand-new temporary set of beautiful teeth and a newfound confidence that no amount of money can pay for.

The first two weeks following the procedure, your dentist may recommend that you use a medicated mouthwash to allow for optimal healing. Once your implant sites are fully healed, the final dentures or full arch will be placed.

Removable Dentures vs. TeethXpress Dentures

Not only do dental implants provide a longer lasting result, but they provide a whole host of other benefits as well.

TeethXpress implants are made with high-quality materials allowing for a higher success rate and longer durability. TeethXpress dental implants have a 99.2% success rate. Your procedure can be done using local anesthesia, general anesthesia or IV sedation at Advanced DDS, your Garden City Dentist.

Loose Dentures

  • Removable dentures tend to hold unpleasant odor, require deep cleaning and must be adhered to the gums to ensure proper usage of “teeth.”
  • In a study reported by TeethXpress, 17% of participants stated that eating food was easier when they were not using their loose dentures at all.
  • Long-term use often results in bone loss and shrinkage which affects the jawline and facial features.
  • An unreliable adherent product is required for proper use.

TeethXpress allows for the dentures to be permanently fixed to your jaw in one day! The denture is attached to the implants to function like natural teeth.

Far gone are the days where you were hiding your teeth with your lips or worrying about your teeth falling out during a meal! TeethXpress will change your life and restore your confidence to a happier version of yourself. You’ll end up with a permanent result that you won’t regret.

Dr. Brian Raskin, founder, and dentist at Advanced DDS is a certified provider of TeethXpress, providing patients with high-quality results and a high success rate. Advanced DDS is your destination for dental implants near Suffolk, Nassau, Queens, Brooklyn, New York City, and the Bronx. Schedule your consultation with Dr. Raskin today at 516-825-1100.

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