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Mini/Small Diameter Dental Implants

A Secure Lower Denture That Doesn’t Move or Shift

Mini Dental Implants

Mini Dental Implants, also called small diameter implants, are a procedure for stabilizing lower dentures. This treatment eliminates the movement or “floating” that is common with lower dentures.

Mini Dental Implants are used in your lower jaw bone to secure your lower denture. The procedure uses implants that are smaller than standard dental implants.

Your existing denture can often be retrofitted to fit your mini-dental implants. This procedural adjustment will save you the cost associated with denture replacement.

Your mini dental implant procedure is not as invasive as treatment with standard dental implants. Your mini implants can be placed without a full incision and typically requires only local anesthesia at the placement site.

Mini Dental Implants require less treatment time. Your lower denture can often be placed almost immediately following your mini-implant placement.

Contact your Ajax dentist about Mini Dental Implants. Schedule a free consultation to determine if the treatment is an effective option to secure your lower denture.



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