Snap-On Dentures - Argyle, TX

Stable, Permanent Smiles

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Stabilize Your Smile

Tired of constantly worrying about your dentures slipping and sliding, causing discomfort and embarrassment? Look no further than snap-on dentures – the revolutionary solution for a secure and confident smile! With their innovative snap-on design, snap-on dentures eliminate the need for messy adhesives, giving you a comfortable fit that stays in place all day, every day. Say goodbye to the hassle of traditional dentures and embrace the ease and convenience of implant dentures. No more adjusting or fidgeting, just a natural and confident smile. Say yes to a worry-free life with implant-supported dentures, the future of denture technology!

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What Are Snap-On Dentures?

Our snap-on dentures are a type of dental prosthesis that are designed to securely attach to the remaining natural teeth or implants using snaps or clips. Unlike traditional dentures that rely on adhesives or suction to stay in place, snap-in dentures provide a more stable and secure fit. This allows for greater comfort and improved speaking and chewing ability. The snap-on design also makes it easier to remove and clean the dentures, making them a popular alternative to traditional dentures.

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Snap-On Dentures VS Conventional Dentures

As the modern option for smile restoration, snap-on dentures provide several advantages over conventional dentures. One of the most notable benefits is increased stability and retention. Snap-on dentures require the use of dental implants to securely attach the denture to the jawbone, reducing the risk of slipping or shifting while eating or speaking. They also provide a more natural and comfortable fit as they conform to the shape of the jaw and gums. Another advantage is improved oral health as snap-on implant dentures don’t cover the roof of the mouth or block the taste of food, unlike conventional dentures. Additionally, they help preserve the jawbone and prevent further bone loss as they stimulate the bone through the placement of dental implants. These benefits combined make our snap-on dentures a popular choice for those seeking a more secure and comfortable alternative to traditional dentures!

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Snap-On Dentures Have Health Benefits

  • Improved oral hygiene
  • Increased Stability
  • Better chewing ability
  • Preserved jawbone
  • Increased confidence
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Implant Dentures VS Full Mouth Dental Implants

When it comes to restoring your smile, modern dentistry has created multiple options for our patients to enjoy. Implant-supported dentures fit securely over the remaining natural teeth or dental implants to provide a more stable and secure fit than traditional dentures. These snap-on implant dentures give our patients a permanent smile without worrying about their teeth shifting or falling out. They also have the advantage of simple removal for a thorough cleaning and proper dental hygiene routines. Since implant dentures can be removed for cleanings, they reduce the risk of gum disease and tooth decay. Our snap-on implant dentures also limit bone recession since they are secured into the jawbone and prevent premature aging from sunken facial features.

Regarding full mouth dental implants, four or six implants will be inserted at a 45-degree angle in the jawbone, which can attach to a permanent restoration such as a crown or bridge. Implant dentures provide immense support and stability for your new smile and improve overall look, feel, and function. While full mouth dental implants offer our patients beautiful, long-lasting results and benefits, they can be more invasive and costly. Our snap-in dentures can be a great choice for patients who don’t want or aren’t candidates for full mouth dental implants. Our implant dentures are less invasive, more affordable, and, oftentimes, the more desired solution to smile restoration. Choosing between implant dentures and full mouth dental implants depends on each patient’s dental needs, smile goals, and jawbone.