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Denture Implants, and Their Advantages

What are denture implants?

Denture implants, or implant-supported dentures, are a type of overdenture anchored to your jaw by dental abutments. This option merges the benefits of both dentures and implants, capable of giving you a full row of stable prosthetic teeth.

Denture implants use dental implants for support. Typically, if you are considering denture implants, the first step is to have impressions started with Hunter’s Denture Studio so that your denture is ready for surgery. You will then be referred to a surgeon to discuss implant options. We will walk you through this entire process step by step.

A dentist or periodontist places the implants at specific locations in your jawbone, usually two in place of your molars and two around your canines. Then, the Hunter’s Denture Studio team places the dentures, using your dental implants as an anchor.

What are the advantages of denture implants?

Denture implants offer significant benefits, including:


If you want dental implants but find the cost prohibitive, denture implants could be perfect for you. Because you only need two to four implants per arch, the overall cost of denture implants is considerably less than getting an implant for every tooth.


Although all dentures made by the experts at Hunter’s Denture Studio are built to last, denture implants offer maximum stability because they attach to the implants anchored in your jawbone.

Talk to the professional team at Hunter’s Denture Studio to learn more about denture implants.

Are implant dentures guaranteed?

Denture implants offer a stable solution. Make an appointment at Hunter’s Denture Studio by phone to learn more about denture implants.

Denture implants, commonly called implant-retained or implant-supported dentures, offer improved stability. At Hunter’s Denture Studio in Spokane, Washington, Bryan Hunter, LD, and the expert team fabricates custom dentures that permanently attach to dental implants placed by your dentist or periodontist. Call the office for a free consultation to learn more about denture implants.

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