Ball retained dentures are also known as stud attached dentures and are designed with a ball and socket mechanism. The base of the denture has several sockets that line up with the balls placed on the dental implants in the jaw bone. The balls and sockets snap together for a tight and snug fit, and this allows for an open palate denture. The ball and socket attachment is less likely to slip and move like traditional dentures, which means that the patient can eat and speak normally.
Implant supported dentures are
snapped right into place on top of dental implants and provide a very secure
fit and hold, eliminating the need for using pastes or adhesives. If you are
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