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Snap in dentures are a type of removable denture. That means they aren’t permanently fixed in place and can be taken out at any time by the wearer. The denture itself is a fairly regular denture. The material used, like any denture, will depend on your tastes and budget.

What are Snap On Dentures

Snap in or Snap on dentures are a removable, palateless denture that snaps on and off as many times as needed. The snap or “clip” happens when the denture is pressed gently onto the head of the mini implants. Providing a removable solution AND a strong bite! Snap on dentures provides the strength and stability to eat the foods you like, such as nuts, apples, carrots, etc.

How Do Snap on Dentures Work?

There are two ways snap in dentures can be used. Therefore, in both cases, magnetism is used to keep the denture in place.

  • Option 1 is that the denture snaps onto magnetic abutments (connecting points) that are attached to the implant itself.
  • Option 2 is that a metal plate is attached to the implants. This place runs over the top of the gums, and the denture snaps onto this plate.

Which option you choose largely depends on your personal preference and budget. Both options work equally well.

Snap on, Snap in, Is There A Difference?

Snap in dentures have quite a few different names — Snap on dentures, clip in dentures, clip on dentures.

There’s no difference in how the dentures connect to the implants. There’s no difference in shape or price or anything like that.

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