I live in Jacksonville Florida and have full dentures. What would be the approximate cost to convert them to implants?

My dentures are about 3 years old. I hate the process of dealing with them. Coming loose when eating, the polygrip etc...

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There are 2 ways of restoring this , the first one could be with Snapindentures,

 with 8 minimplants, upper and 8 minimplants lower,

you will have a strong support with  snapindentures,

 and you will have a great result within a couple of days,

 shape size and even color,

 you will have that smile you always wanted back with a great confort and support.


All on 4 By Nobel Biocare,

its the best way to go if what you want is a screw retained  bar,

that you do not remove ,

 also you will have a strong solution,

 extractions (if you need them) and immediate setting of implants are done at the same proceedure,

and within acouple of days, you will be able to enjoy, a great smile ,

 with strenght and confort,

that smile you always wanted, this is the moment, shape, size and even color, you will be able to change.

 But yes, you have asolution!

Dentures to implants

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The treatment fees depend on the number of implants placed and the type of prosthesis, snap in or fixed. The most important thing is that they are stable so you can chew.

Fees vary with dental implant restorations

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The cost depends on number of implants placed, how they are used, and the kind of final restoration.  2 implants and a denture will cost less than multiple implants and a bridge.  Plan on $15-30K per arch to do them well.

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Full Dentures conversion to Dental Implants

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There are many variations of utilizing implants to maintain dentures.  I like the snap-in denture best for patients already wearing dentures.  The dentures snap-in and don't move at all if done well.

I usually start with lower denture due to ease and maximum improvement  very quickly.  Placing implants is easing but they should not be loaded for a minimum of 3-6 months.   I frequently place four standard implants and four mini implants at the same time.  I leave the standard implants to heal and load the minis day one.

Life Changing, you may lose some of minis but what is most important is to have well integrated standard implants to serve you for years.  The mini's take all pressure off standard implants during healing.  While standard implants are healing you can evaluate feeling of snap in denture.  If you prefer screww retained you now have time to plan.  

Maxillary denture is supported by the hard palate so mini's are not as valuable unless you can't stand the feel of your palate being covered.  Probably not an issue after 3 years of dentures.

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