What is primary stability in Snap on Dentures?
One of the things we like to talk about Snap on Dentures is it’s great primary stability, but not many know what we mean by that. You might be wondering what does “primary stability” mean then? Well, this is a term used in dentistry to denote the anchoring for the implants when they have been just set. Why is this important, you ask? Well, it has been widely researched that regular dental implants have a greater chance of successfully being absorbed by the bone when staying in place… they must be tight and don’t move. Usually, those implants require between 3 to 6 months to heal before they are ready to be loaded with the new teeth. Snap in Dentures are different. We use 8 mini implants, distributing evenly the pressure from the teeth without straining the implants. This means you can get your new teeth with you back home in give or take about a week. This is a game changer for patients who have been suffering for bad dental work in USA or who simply don’t have the money to afford implant dentures. Our prices are just a fraction of what it would cost you with a dentists back home. Dental tourism in Cancun is a real alternative given the rising costs of implant dentistry.
One of the other great advantages of using the mini implants is that they don’t require to have a roof of the palate for glue. Regular dentures have an acrylic roof that changes the way you taste food, as your tongue is in constant contact with the plastic. Getting Snap on Dentures in Cancun solves that problem. It doesn’t have a roof so you are able to simply enjoy the real flavors of your meal.
If you want to learn more details about Snap in Dentures, payment options and getting a completely FREE evaluation to see if you are a candidate for this procedure then please contact us at our email email@example.com, call toll free from USA at 1800-961-0419, send us a Facebook message or fill out the form in the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any questions you have!
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