Dental veneers can be made from porcelain or from resin composite materials. Porcelain veneers resist stains better than resin veneers and better mimic the light reflecting properties of natural teeth.
Successful placement of the mini dental implant addresses and solves all of these social and practical problems. Denture patients all over the world have experienced relief from loose or ill-fitting dentures with MDIs. Uniquely, the MDI can be utilised to stabilised denture in a couple of hours at the Cosmo Clinic with the patient leaving the clinic with a stabilised prosthesis.
How can mini dental implants help denture wearers?
Mini dental implants are placed in a painless procedure and require only a mild local anesthetic. The mini dental implants, which are approximately the size of wooden toothpicks, are placed about five millimetres apart. The patient's denture is then carefully adjusted to allow it to snap onto the four mini implants. The result? A tight-fitting, completely reliable system that allows a patient to speak and eat with confidence. The mini dental implants are placed in about an hour. Because of the unique, minimally invasive procedure, the minute size of the implants, and where they are placed, the typical mini dental implant patient can enjoy a light meal an hour or so after having the mini implants placed. Furthermore, a denture patient who has had his or her prosthesis stabilised with MDI can remove and replace the denture easily after a little practice, and can easily utilise good dental hygiene. All in all, far superior to suffering from a loose denture.