Broken teeth make it difficult to eat and speak, and can cause you to feel self-conscious. If you are experiencing advanced decay or have suffered tooth loss, snap-on dentures, also known as implant overdentures, can provide the security of dental implants as well as the ability to remove the dentures as needed. In his snap-on dentures review, Randy reflects on the vast improvement in his quality of life since receiving his snap-on-dentures at Imagecare Dental.
My name is Randy Wilson. I've been, I believe, three years, maybe four, maybe 2 1/2, or something like that. If I go back three or four years, I've started breaking teeth at the gum lines, snapping off for apparently no reason. And we needed to deal with that and get the excess tooth out. They did great with that. They built a partial, not a bridge, but a partial denture attached to the other teeth. Over the course of the next year or so, I broke another five or six molars, and the final straw was vacation in Florida last October when I snapped off a front tooth. And we came back, and we talked about the different procedures. This latest procedure we started off talking full mouth implants. The final option was the four implants, upper and lower, like the All-on-4 implant but with snap-on dentures, which is where we went. They're great. They're dentures, upper and lower. They're full dentures, so they pop out at night, and they get washed off and get thrown in a little jar, although I can leave them in if I want. There's no reason not to, except to clean them off. It's the best thing about my smile. It's full. It's nice and pearly white. The teeth are all there. It's just nice having it back.