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What is an implant-supported removable denture? Is it truly worth using? 4 advantages of an implant-supported removable denture.

 An implant-supported removable denture is considered the most effective solution for replacing missing teeth. This is because of the following two reasons: firstly, it helps improve your ability to chew compared to traditional removable dentures, and secondly, it helps you save costs compared to fixed implant placement. So why hesitate? Let’s learn more about implant-supported removable dentures with BeDental!

What is an implant-supported removable denture?

An implant-supported removable denture (also known as an overdenture) is an advanced dental technique that helps restore missing teeth. It is a combination of a removable denture and dental implants.

An implant-supported removable denture uses at least two implant posts (titanium posts) implanted into the jawbone to provide support for the removable denture on top. Both the implants and the denture are connected to each other through clasps.

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What is an implant-supported removable denture ?

Types of implant-supported removable dentures

Currently, there are two common types of implant-supported removable dentures as follows:

Type 1: Implant-supported removable denture without a bar

As we know, an implant-supported removable denture is a combination of a removable denture and the technique of implant placement. In this method, the removable denture is supported and stabilized by clasps connected to the implant posts.

The implant-supported removable denture without a bar is covered by magnetic or locator attachments. Each implant post placed in the jawbone is attached to a ball-shaped attachment, which then connects to another attachment on the denture.

Type 2: Implant-supported removable denture with a bar

This type of implant-supported removable denture is usually achieved by placing at least four implant posts into the jawbone. These titanium posts are fixed and connected to each other by a metal bar. The denture is then attached to the bar using clasps.

Additionally, the implant-supported removable denture with a bar is commonly used in All-on-4 and All-on-6 implant procedures. In All-on-4, four implant posts are placed in each jaw where teeth are missing. These implants are previously attached to a bar to support a denture with 12 teeth. This allows for chewing function similar to natural teeth.

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In All-on-6, six implant posts are placed in each jaw. Unlike All-on-4, the six implant posts in All-on-6 are placed straight and connected to each other by a bar. This provides support for the upper denture while ensuring proper chewing function.

For All-on-4 implant-supported removable dentures, it is necessary to visit the dental clinic for regular cleaning using specialized devices. Failure to maintain proper oral hygiene can lead to unpleasant odors caused by trapped food or debris in the gap between the denture and gum.

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What is an implant-supported removable denture ? Types of implant-supported removable dentures

Procedure for making implant-supported removable dentures

Step 1: General health assessment

First, the dentist will evaluate your overall health and oral condition, and assess the condition, quantity, and location of the missing teeth.

Next, X-rays will be taken to examine the jaw structure, bone density, take dental impressions, determine the bite alignment, and create a treatment plan for you.

Step 2: Implant placement surgery

Based on the treatment plan, the dentist will perform a surgical procedure to drill into the jawbone and place 2 to 4 implant posts per arch. This step requires precise positioning, angulation, and depth to ensure successful integration of the titanium implants with the jawbone.

During the waiting period for the fabrication of the implant-supported removable dentures, the dentist will attach temporary dentures onto the submerged implant posts for you. This will help you get used to the removable denture and improve your chewing ability.

After 3 to 6 months, when the implants have fully integrated with your bone, a minor surgical procedure will be performed to expose the implant posts and attach healing abutments to shape the gum tissue.

Step 3: Denture attachment

If you choose to have a bar-supported implant-supported removable denture, the dentist will take impressions of the implants to fabricate the bar.

Before attaching the permanent denture, a trial denture will be placed for you to try. If the bite alignment is even and satisfactory, and there are no issues, the dentist will proceed with attaching the permanent denture (removable denture) onto the implants.

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Procedure for making implant-supported removable dentures – Types of implant-supported removable dentures

Advantages and disadvantages of implant-supported removable dentures


Firstly, implant-supported removable dentures provide a secure and stable fit due to the attachment to the implants, closely resembling natural teeth. Additionally, since the removable denture does not rely on the gums, it helps prevent gum irritation and discomfort. Chewing becomes easier, and the occurrence of a misaligned bite is minimized.

Secondly, many individuals who have lost all of their teeth are not satisfied with traditional removable dentures as they can feel uncomfortable and cause gum damage. In contrast, implant-supported removable dentures not only restore chewing function like natural teeth but also provide a comfortable and pleasant experience. Furthermore, these dentures allow for longer chewing time and stronger biting force due to the stability provided by the implant posts replacing the tooth roots.

Thirdly, implant-supported removable dentures are designed to closely resemble natural teeth, resulting in a higher aesthetic appeal compared to traditional removable dentures. As a result, users feel more natural and confident, and others may not be able to detect that they are wearing implant-supported removable dentures.

Lastly, implant-supported removable dentures have a longer lifespan, with the potential to last up to 20 years without the need for replacement. In contrast, the lifespan of traditional removable dentures is shorter, typically ranging from 5 to 10 years.


While implant-supported removable dentures offer numerous advantages, there are also a few potential disadvantages. These include the higher initial cost compared to traditional removable dentures, as well as the need for a surgical procedure to place the implants. Additionally, the integration of the implants with the jawbone requires a healing period of several months before the dentures can be attached. It is also important to note that regular maintenance and follow-up visits to the dentist are necessary to ensure the long-term success and functionality of the implant-supported removable dentures.

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Advantages of implant-supported removable dentures


Firstly, implant-supported removable dentures have a higher cost compared to conventional removable dentures.

Secondly, using implant-supported removable dentures requires diligent oral hygiene to remove food debris and prevent unpleasant odors in the oral cavity.

Thirdly, on average, after about 3 to 5 years, regular check-ups and replacements of accessories are necessary. Additionally, the process of restoring implant-supported removable dentures can be time-consuming.

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Disadvantages of implant-supported removable dentures

Should you get implant-supported removable dentures?

Should you get implant-supported removable dentures ? Firstly, to answer the question of whether you should get implant-supported removable dentures or not, it is important to know that this method is usually indicated for the following cases: elderly patients who cannot undergo individual implant placement in the conventional way, individuals who have been missing all of their teeth for a long time, those with severe jawbone resorption or unable to undergo additional bone grafting, individuals who cannot use conventional removable dentures due to minimal gum support causing slippage or misalignment during chewing, and those unable to wear upper dentures due to sinus lift.

Therefore, if you are facing any of these issues, continue reading below to see if you should get implant-supported removable dentures.

In addition to the aforementioned advantages, implant-supported removable dentures can help improve your ability to chew and enhance your confidence in daily communication. Furthermore, these dentures ensure aesthetic appeal for your mouth, resembling your natural teeth and being difficult to detect as dentures.

With this technique, your removable dentures have titanium posts placed in the jawbone, providing support. Therefore, when you chew, force is applied to the jawbone, minimizing the risk of jawbone resorption and gum recession.

However, it is important to note that for the successful implementation of implant-supported removable dentures, your jawbone condition must meet the requirements of density and strength for implant placement. On the other hand, for cases with significant jawbone resorption, bone grafting may be required to ensure a successful denture restoration process.

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Additionally, after receiving dental implants, you should follow a proper diet, specifically supplementing with adequate minerals and vitamins, while limiting the consumption of hard or tough foods, as well as those high in sugar or starch.

Furthermore, thorough oral hygiene is essential. In addition to brushing your teeth at least twice a day as usual, you should use dental floss and mouthwash to remove food debris that may accumulate in the oral cavity and contribute to bad breath. Regular dental check-ups are also necessary for the dentist to examine the condition of the implant posts, denture fit, and clean any dental plaque

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Should you get implant-supported removable dentures?

Next, BeDental will discuss the cost of implant dentures:

Table 1: Cosmetic Restoration Price List

1. Removable denture restoration
PH01 Regular plastic base denture (1 denture) 1.500.000
PH02 Flexible plastic base denture (1 denture) 3.000.000
PH03 Regular metal framework denture (1 denture) 2.500.000
PH04 Titanium framework denture (1 denture) 5.000.000
2. False teeth
PH05 Internal plastic removable tooth (1 tooth) 100.000
PH06 American plastic removable tooth (1 tooth) 150.000
PH07 Porcelain removable tooth (1 tooth) 1.000.000
Joint elevation plate 1.000.000
3. Fixed restoration
PH08 Regular metal-ceramic tooth (Ni, Cr) 1.000.000
PH09 Vivadent France metal-ceramic tooth (Cr, Co) 1.200.000
PH10 Jelenko USA metal-ceramic tooth (Cr, Co) 1.500.000
PH11 Titanium metal-ceramic tooth 2.500.000
Non-metal ceramic:
PH20 Katana ceramic tooth (7-year warranty) 2.900.000
PH19 Venus ceramic tooth (7-year warranty) 3.500.000
PH12 Roland ceramic tooth (10-year warranty) 4.500.000
PH13 Roland HD ceramic tooth (10-year warranty) 5.500.000
PH14 Ceramill ceramic tooth (10-year warranty) 6.000.000
PH15 Emax Nanoceramics ceramic tooth (15-year warranty) 7.000.000
PH13-1 HTsmile ceramic tooth (15-year warranty) 7.000.000
PH15-1 Emax* Press Lithium Disilicate ceramic tooth (15-year warranty) 8.000.000
PH15-2 Cercon ceramic tooth (15-year warranty) 7.000.000
PH16 Nacera Pearl Shade ceramic tooth (10-year warranty) 7.000.000
PH17 Lava 3M Premium Plus ceramic tooth (15-year warranty) 8.000.000
PH21 Lava Esthentics ceramic tooth (15-year warranty) 11.000.000
PH22  Lisi Press ceramic tooth (15-year warranty) 11.000.000
PH18 Diamond ceramic tooth (Lifetime warranty) 16.000.000

(See details at: Service Price List)

Table 2: Implant Placement Price List

Giá Cấy Trồng implant - Dentium (Tìm hiểu thêm....)
Dentium Implant from USA (More detail...)
(Mỹ)(1 trụ)21.000.000

~ 825$
Giá Cấy Trồng implant - Dentium Implant
Dentium Implant from Korea (More detail...)
(Hàn quốc)(1 trụ)18.000.000
~ 707$
Giá Cấy Trồng implant - Osstem (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Osstem Implant from Korea (More detail...)
(Hàn quốc)(1 trụ)18.000.000
~ 707$
Giá Cấy Trồng implant - Tekka (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Tekka Implant from France (More detail...)
(Pháp)(1 trụ)25.000.000
~ 982$
Giá Cấy Trồng implant - SIC(Thụy sĩ )(1 trụ)28.000.000
~ 1100$
Giá Cấy Trồng implant - Nobel(Thụy điển )(1 trụ)32.000.000
~ 1257$
Giá Cấy Trồng implant - Neodent Straumann(Thụy sĩ )(1 trụ)35.000.000
~ 1375$
Giá Ghép xương phục vụ Cấy implant (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Bone Grafting (More detail...)
(1đơn vị)5.000.000
~ 196$
Giá Nâng xoang kín(Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Closed Sinus Lift
(1đơn vị)6.000.000
~ 236$
Giá Nâng xoang hở (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Open sinus lift
(1đơn vị)10.000.000
~ 394$
Ghép màng Xương
periosteum Grafting
(1đơn vị)8.000.000
~ 315$
Màng PRF(1đơn vị)2.000.000
~ 79$

In addition to the above implant denture price packages, BeDental also provides treatment products at the following prices:

Table 3: Treatment Product Price List

SP01 Kin Gingival 250ml (mouthwash for gum inflammation treatment) 180.000
SP02 Kin Toothpaste 75ml (Kin toothpaste) 180.000
SP03 Kin B5 Enjuague 500ml (daily mouthwash) 310.000
SP04 Kin B5 toothpaste 125ml (Kin B5 toothpaste) 200.000
SP05 Sensi Kin 250 (toothpaste for sensitive teeth) 250.000
SP06 Sensi kin gel (gel for desensitizing teeth) 180.000
SP07 Perio kin (gel for treating gum inflammation) 180.000
SP08 Ortho Kin 500ml (mouthwash for orthodontic treatment) 310.000
SP09 Ortho Kin toothpaste (Ortho Kin toothpaste) 180.000
SP10 Procare Water Flosser 1.850.000
SP11 Oralpick Water Flosser 1.950.000
*Price list for treatment products at dental clinics – not applicable for online purchases


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Price list for implant-supported removable dentures

In summary, if you want to undergo the technique of implant-supported removable dentures, BeDental believes that the most important thing is to have a thorough and accurate understanding of this dental procedure. At the same time, you need to have the best preparation in terms of mental and physical health before proceeding with the implant-supported removable dentures.

If, unfortunately, you come across dental clinics with unqualified practitioners, the result of the implant-supported removable dentures may take more time and cost, and there is even a possibility of complications. Therefore, if you choose reputable clinics with highly skilled dentists like BeDental, the result of the implant-supported removable dentures will be optimized and unwanted complications will be minimized.

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Professional team of dentists for implant-supported removable dentures

Hopefully, through this article, BeDental has helped you answer your questions about what implant-supported removable dentures are and whether or not you should use them. Take the time to carefully research reputable dental clinics where you feel confident about your condition and budget, so that you can achieve a self-image that is still you, but more confident and beautiful than before!



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