Dental Implant Dentures in Pasadena Texas

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For patients missing all of their teeth, Dr. Nugent can create dental implant dentures. These implant dentures “snap” into place and create a secure denture. Patients who have suffered with old fashioned dentures love their upgraded dentistry. The implant dentures free patients from using messy denture adhesives. Furthermore, the implant dentures are secure so they don’t rub on the gum tissue and create sore spots. Lastly, patients don’t have to worry about their implant dentures falling out.

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Dr. Nugent is a leader in dental implant care. Dental Implant Dentures can change your life. They are night and day better than old fashioned dentures. Visit Dr. Nugent at 3421 Burke Rd, Ste A, Pasadena, Texas 77504.

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Get the best in dental implant care. Dr. Nugent sees patients from Deer Park, La Porte, and Pasadena Texas.

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Call us today at 713-941-8261 or visit us at 3421 Burke Rd, Ste A,  Pasadena, Texas 77504. Get the best dentistry for you and your family.


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When one evaluates the cost of implant dentures, the patient must consider the significant long term savings of implant dentures over traditional (outdated) dentures.

Call 713-941-8261 to schedule a consultation for dental implant dentures.





Get high quality dentures instead of cheap dentures.

Call us today at 7132-941-8261 to get the best in dental care for you and your family. Dr. Nugent is a leader in dental implant therapy.

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With full dentures, the higher base covers the roof of the mouth, while the horseshoe-shaped lower base has room for the tongue.

A dental implant is placed in the jaw to act as a replacement tooth root. As the surrounding tissue around the implant heals over time, the bone fuses to the implant.

Simplicity and Stability
Combining removable dentures with implants necessitates the installation of two or more implants to hold your dentures in place. You don’t need to be concerned that the overdenture may fall out when you’re speaking or eating because it is anchored to the implants.

Regular Dentures Have Issues
Old Fashioned dentures, especially in the lower jaw, can cause uncomfortable retention issues. Dental adhesive is frequently applied in an effort to keep the denture in place. Even with denture adhesives, old fashioned dentures that rest on the gums are prone to slipping or becoming loose. Implant Overdentures that “snap” onto implants are extremely stable.

The Benefits of Overdentures Over Old Fashioned Dentures

  • Enhanced appearance and usability. When your natural teeth fall out, the bone that used to support the teeth starts to fade away and your body begins to resorb the extra bone. This can have a substantial impact on dental health and facial attractiveness. The jaw bone collapses and an “elderly appearance” is created from this bone loss. Traditional dentures cannot solve this issue, however implants aid in maintaining the jaw’s structural integrity.
  • A long-term fix. Because the implants become a permanent part of your jaw, implant dentures provide a long-term solution to tooth loss.
  • Speak more clearly. Uncomfortable dentures may slide around in your mouth and cause you to slur or murmur your words. Overdentures with implants have a good effect on speech ability.
  • Price-point. Comparing the expense of implant-retained dentures vs getting individual implants placed across the mouth, implant dentures are less expensive.

Issues with Standard Dentures and Bone Loss
Regular dentures will gradually grow loose over time due to the jaw bone structure deteriorating.

Old fashioned dentures rub on the gum tissue and accelerate bone loss.

In contrast, implants are exceptional in dentistry because they promote bone growth and have a bite force that is comparable to that of natural teeth.

Better Functionality and Self-Confidence with Overdentures

Dentures and dental implants work better together to enhance both functionality and appearance. In addition to improving your face look, overdentures make it possible to properly bite and chew, which improves your ability to eat. With an improved biting function over conventional dentures, implant-supported dentures might help you regain your confidence and smile.

Implant overdentures can last a lifetime with adequate care and have a success rate of up to 98 percent with dental implants. Every day, before bed, and for cleaning, overdentures should be removed. Additionally, you must clean the implant attachments and your gums.