Implant-supported dentures provide more stability than traditional dentures because the dentures are fixed to a set of dental implants. They can be an attractive alternative for many denture wearers who are noticing discomfort with regular dentures.
Dental implants connect to a set of metal bars that run along the gums and serve as a base for a denture. This attachment provides stability by reducing the risk of slippage.
Dental implants attach to a denture with a ball and socket connection. This reduces the risk that dentures will slip or shift when eating or speaking.