Life with Implant Supported Dentures – Nurturing Your New Smile

Dentures Sacramento California

The advancements in dentistry have made many things possible today. Problems like tooth loss which badly affected the life of people, especially senior adults, decades ago, now have restorative solutions. An Implant-supported denture is one such teeth restoration option that has simply brought a new ray of light in the life of people who have lost all or most of their teeth. These new dentures are stable, strong and well rooted which gives patients the confidence to eat their favorite food and smile more openly. The dentures help patients eat, speak and maintain the shape of their face. Once in place, the dentures can last for a long-term. It is important for patients to maintain these restorations in order to ensure that the healthy new smile lasts longer. Our dental team at Sacramento, CA restores lost teeth using implants, bridges, dentures and tooth crowns. Post-restoration process, we educate patients about how to protect their newly gained smile.

Maintaining Oral Hygiene - Implant-Supported Dentures

A denture replaces a row of missing teeth in upper or lower jaw. Implants are normally inserted in the lower jaw and the denture is fixed over them using clips and bars or balls. Our team may advise patients to remove the dentures and clean them and the implants before going to sleep. It is important to clean both the implants and the dentures separately in order to ensure that there is no gum infection or any other form of oral infection. Patients can brush the denture and the implants at least twice a day. Both implants and dentures should be brushed using soft bristled tooth brush. The food debris should be cleared from around the implants and the surface of the gums. The denture should be soaked and brushed over a bowl or basin which can avoid it from falling and breaking.

Diet – Foods to Avoid when living with Implant-Supported Dentures

Our dentist in Sacramento, CA may advise patients to avoid hard and sticky food items that can harm the denture. Patients have the freedom to eat almost anything they like as long as they are maintaining healthy oral hygiene practices.

Paying Dental Visits

Patients should visit our dental office at least once in 6 months to ensure that their dentures are in good shape and their gums and jawbone are free from dental infection. During periodic dental visits, our team recommends best practices which can prevent dental problems and ensure implant-supported dentures have a longer life.

Patient Testimonials

Beautiful office, friendly staff, terrific dental care.

by Trevor Derrett

Had a great visit today and got to know the people that work there. They made me feel comfortable as the change of ownership is taking place.

by Bonnie Schrader

I am so impressed with the entire experience. From the friendly reminders, to entering the office, and especially the dentist! My previous dentist Stephen C Ott, DDS, was incredible. I had the benefits of his gift since 1971. I was worried about finding a new dentist. However, I was blessed to have Dr. Ott recommend his dentist: Dr. Lillian Stojic. I recommend her to all!!!

by John Murphy III

I've been seeing dr stojic since I moved to town 18 years ago, my whole family has transitioned over there and I love the whole team! Keep up the great work!

by Carrie Carsell

Dr. Lilliana and her staff make getting teeth cleaned and a cavity filled as good an experience as possible. They get the job done with minimal pain and discomfort.

by Age Advantage S.

I just had a visit to Dr. Stojic's office. My ten year old daughter had an infected tooth that had to be extracted. She was so nervous and scared at the possibility of an extraction. When we arrived we were greeted warmly by her office manager and then by her equally kind assistant who brought us back to her room...

by Kristi L.

Dr. Lilliana and her staff are not only effective and efficient, but they also remove my anxiety. When I had to have a root canal, I was nervous about the pain. I was given the choice of Nitrous oxide gas and that calmed me.

by Gail M.

Dr. Stojic saw two of my children. The youngest was so comforted by her easygoing and confident demeanor that he was the quietest and most still 4 year old I've seen in a dentist chair! Our older son was very afraid of the dentist and has been to a couple other dentists who were unable to treat him because of his scared behavior. Dr. Stojic was very patient and helped him understand what she was doing at every step, which calmed him down so she was able to fill his cavities and even extract a tooth. We were thoroughly impressed with Dr. Stojic and her office and staff.

by Brittani B.
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