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Preparing The Denture

 
 
     
     
 Once the implants are placed the retentive housings are positioned.    Your denture is then modified to receive the retentive housings.
 

 
 
     
   
The retentive housings are then processed into you denture.   The implant and retentive housing placement takes two hours or less.  The implants stimulate the bone to help stop further bone atrophy.
 

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