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Snap-on Dentures

Snap On Denture

What is the Difference Between Traditional and Snap-On Dentures?

Traditional full-palate upper dentures come with a palate (roof of your mouth) section that helps keep the dentures suctioned in place. This palate section is uncomfortable for many people and can lead to difficulties with swallowing and/or speaking.

Traditional lower dentures have no way to stay in place, and their constant movement can lead to gum trauma and pain.

Snap-on dentures, also known as palateless snap-on dentures, eliminate the need for the palate section by snapping onto four to five secure dental implants. This offers improved comfort and stability when compared to many other types of dentures. We also offer dental implants, learn more now.

Schedule an appointment to find out more about snap-on dentures (palateless snap-on dentures). You can also contact us at (910) 270-9344.