3M™ MDI Mini Dental Implants
Affordable Dental Implant Solutions for Denture-Wearers
3M™ MDI mini dental implants have changed the way that dentures fit, and now our patients have access to a dependable, long-term solution for tooth loss. Scottsbluff NE implant dentist, Dr. Gary Cheloha and the team at Monument Smiles are pleased to offer mini dental implants for patients who would like to improve the performance of their conventional dentures.
No amount of denture adhesive can compete with the stability that can be achieved with mini dental implants. That’s because, without teeth, the volume of the jaw bone will continue to deteriorate until it can no longer support a denture. In time, the problem can become too severe to be overcome with denture glue. As a result, most denture-wearers grow increasingly dissatisfied with the fit and performance of their false teeth.
As an alternative to an ill-fitting denture, 3M™ MDI mini dental implants can provide superior denture stability for patients who:
- Cannot tolerate the physical toll of conventional dental implant surgery
- Have lost too much bone volume to support full-sized dental implants
- Are interested in a dental implant solution that is more affordable
What are the advantages of a smaller, less invasive dental implant solution for denture-wearers?
- Mini dental implants can typically be placed making no incisions into the gum tissue
- Significantly less costly than conventional dental implants
- Mini dental implant procedure can be completed in as little as 2 hours
The minimally invasive surgical technique means that you won’t have to endure a lengthy healing period. On the day of your treatment, you’ll be enjoying the new stability of secure dentures—even without messy denture glues or adhesives. Just attach your dentures to your mini implants and then seize the day!
You deserve to live with freedom and confidence every single day. If your ill-fitting dentures are holding you back, why not contact our Scottsbluff dental office today to discuss mini dental implants?