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Can you still get dentures if you have little to no jaw bone left (osteoporosis)?
5 doctors weighed in

Dr. Ronald Achong
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Possible
Certainly possible in the upper jaw.
But the lower dentures may not fit well if there is "no" jaw bone left. May want to consider dental implants. Talk to your dentist.

In brief: Possible
Certainly possible in the upper jaw.
But the lower dentures may not fit well if there is "no" jaw bone left. May want to consider dental implants. Talk to your dentist.
Dr. Ronald Achong
Dr. Ronald Achong
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Dr. Frederick Singer
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: If there is minimal
If there is minimal jaw bone dentures may prove difficult to fit.
This is really better answered by a dentist.

In brief: If there is minimal
If there is minimal jaw bone dentures may prove difficult to fit.
This is really better answered by a dentist.
Dr. Frederick Singer
Dr. Frederick Singer
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Dr. James Vito
Dentistry - Prosthodontics
In brief: Difficult
The one levels are what determines the fit, stability and the tightness of the denture.
The less bone you have the more loose they will fit and you will need to rely more on denture adhesives. Minimal to very little bone you need to consider dental implants to stabilize your denture.

In brief: Difficult
The one levels are what determines the fit, stability and the tightness of the denture.
The less bone you have the more loose they will fit and you will need to rely more on denture adhesives. Minimal to very little bone you need to consider dental implants to stabilize your denture.
Dr. James Vito
Dr. James Vito
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