Undoubtedly the lower denture presents the most
difficulty for patients adjusting to dentures for
the first time … or even for experienced denture
wearers. It can be frustrating as you attempt to
eat certain foods, or even to speak with
confidence without fear that your lower denture
will begin to float in your mouth.
We have recently introduced a new treatment procedure
called a DENTURE STABILIZATION SYSTEM
. Essentially it is a mini dental implant
system that in most cases can be placed and
attached to your lower denture in the same visit.
There is no need for any incision or stitches.
Within one hour you can be on your way with a
secure lower denture, and able to eat and speak
much more comfortably. .
What are MDI Implants?
The MDI system consists of a miniature titanium
implant that acts like the root of your tooth and
a retaining fixture that is incorporated into the
base of your denture. The head of the implant is
shaped like a ball, and the retaining fixture acts
like a socket that contains a rubber O-ring. The O
ring snaps over the ball when the denture is
seated and holds the denture at a predetermined
level of force. When seated, the denture gently
rests on the gum
How are MDI Implants Placed?
Placement of the
implants is accomplished quickly and easily in a
process performed in the dentist's office. The
procedure generally takes 1-1 1/2 hours. Using a
precise, controlled, minimally invasive surgical
technique, MDI Implants are placed into the
jawbone. The heads of the implants protrude from
the gum tissue and provide a strong, solid
foundation for securing dentures. (upper dentures
can also be secured). It is a one step procedure
that involves minimally invasive surgery, no
sutures nor the typical months of healing.
How Can I Obtain More Information and
Determine If I Am A Candidate?
We offer a
FREE CONSULTATION to determine if
you are a suitable candidate for this Denture
Stabilization System. Call us at any of our
Surgeries on +919822157333 , +918600307160 or e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. If
you are a suitable candidate, the office will
schedule a convenient time for you to return for
the procedure. In some cases the procedure can be
performed on the same day.