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Mini Implants

Mini Implants

It’s great to have natural looking dentures. But you may feel like many people who don’t want slippage or the embarrassment of having the dentures fall out to be the giveaway that they aren’t your natural teeth. Dental implants will stabilize your dentures, but if their cost is not within your budget, Dr. Brady Sherly provides an alternative—mini implants.

What Are Mini Implants?

Like standard implants, these tiny implants are made from titanium, but their diameter is approximately ⅓ the size of standard implants. These smaller implants are made specifically to secure dentures.

Advantages of Mini Implants

Because the implants are so small, the process for placing them is less invasive than standard implants, and the healing time is faster. Often, your dentures can be attached on the same day the implants are placed. The cost is about half the price of standard implants.

Implants stimulate the jawbone and prevent jawbone shrinkage and facial collapse, which occur when all of your teeth are missing. The support that the implants give dentures will prevent them from irritating your gums and making them sore.

Mini Implants

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Mini Implants – What to Expect


Your dentures will be stable and feel more like your natural teeth. You won’t have to worry about them slipping or falling out, but they won’t have as much stability as they would with standard implants.

Caution – All Mini Implants Are Not Equal
Although you may have budget concerns, avoid shopping around until you find the lowest cost for stabilizing your dentures. A significantly lower price could mean that quality will be sacrificed in the implant fixtures, in the diagnostic studies required to properly place them, or in the actual placement of the implants. The end result can affect your health, causing infection or painful nerve impairment. Or the implants may need to be completely re-done. In either case, you will have to spend more money to get the implant mistakes corrected.

Dr. Sherly attended the Misch Institute, where he received training in implant dentistry. He works closely with our surgeon, Dr. Michael Sullivan, to find out if you are a candidate for this treatment and to ensure your implants are properly placed. Dr. Sullivan is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Periodontology, and the American Dental Fraternity.

If you are interested in stabilizing your dentures with this treatment, call us at (+1)855-311-3573 to schedule an appointment, or request an appointment online. If you want to meet Dr. Sherly first, ask a few questions about the treatment, and discuss your options, request a complimentary consultation.

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