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PERMANENT, IMPLANT SUPPORTED DENTURES

Severe tooth decay, damage, malnutrition, periodontitis and bone-loss are all commons factors that cause teeth to be extracted and replaced with partial or full dental implants. HollowBrook Dental in Colorado Springs provides a variety of full or partial implants and dentures to give you the best fit for a beautiful smile.

You no longer have to feel embarrassed about your teeth. With our innovative treatment, your dentures will be as close to your natural teeth as possible. Through the use of a 4-dimensional camera, the implant-supported denture will be in a perfect location to look natural.

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HollowBrook Dental offers three implant supported denture options:

  • Zest LOCATOR®
  • ATLANTIS Conus Abutments
  • Nobel Biocare – All-on-4®
    (Permanent Bridge)

HollowBrook Dental offers three implant supported denture options:

  • Zest LOCATOR®
  • ATLANTIS Conus Abutments
  • Nobel Biocare – All-on-4®
    (Permanent Bridge)

Our new procedure will save you trips to the office by following these simple steps:

  1. First meeting: let’s get to know each other
  2. Second meeting: we take 3D x-rays so we can make the most accurate bridge
  3. Third meeting: in this appointment, we perform the surgery that holds everything in place.
  4. Fourth meeting: just two days later you’ll get your permanent bridge in place!

This process also saves you time at home because our retained dentures do not need to be taken out every night for a specialty cleaning. That means more time to focus on what matters most to you. *We offer a 5-year warranty from the date of insertion to make sure your dentures are cared for.*

No more waiting for months for your bridge to come in!

Patient Testimonial

“HollowBrook Dental not only gave me my smile back, they gave me the confidence that I had been missing for so long.

I was surprised at how quickly I was able to receive my new teeth.”

– Christie Rojas

Dentures vs. Implants

For patients with a number of missing teeth, dentures are preferred over dental implants. A single dental implant is often recommended for a tooth or two that needs to be extracted.

If you have good oral health, multiple implants may be recommended to complete an entire set of upper or lower teeth. If a patient does not have enough bone mass in the jaw to support implants, dentures are the best option. HollowBrook Dental provides cost-effective, non-invasive, attractive, and easy-to-care-for dentures.

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AM I A CANDIDATE FOR DENTURES?

To decide if dental implant replacements are a good choice for you, you must understand the major types of dentures available.

Good Candidate for Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are designed to fill in a few missing teeth rather than the entire mouth. They are custom-designed dentures that fit between the remaining teeth and may use bridges or other techniques to stay secure. If you are missing part of your teeth and have good oral health, you may be a good candidate for partial dentures.

Good Candidate for Full Dentures

Health issues such as gum disease, bone loss, or injury can contribute to full teeth extraction and replacement. If your oral health is not ideal for restorative dentistry, full dentures may be your best option.

Good Candidate for Dental Implants

Dental implants are a type of denture that is anchored to the bone below the gum so that they become permanent fixtures in your mouth. The best candidates for dentures with implants are those who are missing only some or a single tooth, have good bone density, and good oral health.

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PRICING

Locator Dentures and Implants

Option 1

ATLANTIS Conus Dentures and Implants

Option 2

All-on-4 Dentures and Implants

Option 3

Full dental implants cost and partial denture implants cost vary by need and type of dentures, such as All-on-4® dental implants or ATLANTIS Conus dentures. All procedures include IV sedation, any extractions needed, temporary, and final teeth.  Add an opposing denture for an additional $2,000.