If you’re missing all or most of your teeth, you probably know you’re a candidate for Peabody dentures. You may not be aware of all the newest types of dentures, however, including those that securely attach to dental implants. Thanks to our highly trained dentists and the sophisticated technology our office uses, your dentures options go well beyond the basics! You can still get traditional lifelike dentures, either full or partial, or you can choose:''I don't feel embarrassed to Smile'' Read Transcript
I came to Dr. Argeros's office because my teeth were terrible, and I had heard on the news that he was a really accomplished dentist. I heard the commercials for Dr. Argeros on the radio saying, “I want teeth now.” And that tagline drew me in to explore more about what this procedure was about. So I specifically came to Dr. Argeros for that procedure. So that's replacing all my teeth. So that has really been a great blessing for me because I had so many dental problems, pain, just terrible teeth.
Dr. Argeros and his staff made me very comfortable throughout the whole procedure, which was – I will not lie – very lengthy. But you have conscious sedation, so you come in, and most of the work is done over two days. And then it's just a healing process after that, so you really don't remember anything that's happened during the procedure. So that makes it nice. So it's no pain involved or anything. It was very professional. The timeline on the recovery was, it took several months to recover, and then – you get a temporary apparatus in your mouth, a denture, and then you wait until you get the final fit, until everything's really healed, then you get a final fit, and then the thing's complete. So it did take, I don't know, eight months total for the whole procedure to be done.
I am very happy that I came to Dr. Argeros for the nSequence® procedure. I no longer had any dental pain. It's just fantastic. I don't feel embarrassed to smile, and I'm really happy that I went through with the procedure. I would recommend this procedure to anybody that has bad teeth, that doesn't want to put dentures in and out of their mouth.
- Implant-retained dentures, where your dentist attaches your new teeth to implants using ball attachments. You’ll typically still remove them for cleaning and for sleeping.
- Implant-supported dentures, where your replacement teeth are attached to your implants with a sturdy bar. These are usually removed only by your dentist.
- All-on-X, in which your dentist attaches a full arch of non-removable replacement teeth to just four dental implants. It’s often possible to get both implants and teeth in the same day. You can choose the procedure for your upper jaw, your lower jaw, or both.
Want to talk to our expert dentists about your dentures options? Call 978-278-1760.
Trust Our Combination of Training, Technology, & Experience
Your dentists have extensive training with dentures and other restorative treatments. They’ve performed countless full-mouth reconstructions in their years of practicing dentistry. You never have to wonder about their qualifications, given their credentials. For example, Dr. John Argeros is one of just a few hundred dentists in the world with a Fellowship in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. He’s been both placing and restoring dental implants since the early 1980s.Regain your confidence and smile Read Transcript
Patients with traditional dentures are plagued all the time with dentures that are either moving around, unable to be used for chewing, or requires so much adhesive that it's just a sloppy mess. Implants can help retain dentures so the patient gains their confidence back as they can chew, they can speak, they can kiss a loved one, they can be part of life again.
If you are having an issue with traditional dentures, come see us. We're the experts in this area. We can give you back your confidence. We can give you back your life.
In addition to offering custom dentures, your dentist can perform related procedures you may need, including gentle tooth extractions, sinus lifts, and bone grafts. If you’re nervous about those procedures or any others, you can request IV sedation. You’ll stay deeply relaxed the entire time and should remember little about the procedure after it’s over.
You will also benefit from the latest technology, including 3-D imaging to better plan your procedures and special software to design surgical “guides” that ensure dental implants are placed in exactly the right spots to support dentures or other restorations.
Our Experts Can Help You Choose From Many Denture Options
It’s great to have lots of denture options because one will be perfect for you. It can also seem a little overwhelming. Fortunately, your dentist can explain all your possible choices and answer any questions you have. They’ll help you determine the best solution for you by considering a number of factors. Among them:
- Your smile goals
- Your lifestyle
- The number of remaining teeth
- The condition of your jaw and other oral health aspects
- Your budget
To find out more about Peabody dentures, including implant dentures, call Contemporary Dentistry and Implantology at 978-278-1760. Our office is located at 113 Lowell Street in Peabody, near Emerson Park, the Salem Country Club, and Northshore Mall.