Implants Never Fall Out
One of the biggest problems with dentures is that they aren’t secure. They sit loosely in your mouth on top of your gums, held in place by suction. This suction depends on a tight seal between your gums and the denture, and it’s easily disrupted.
When the suction is disrupted, dentures can move freely in your mouth. They can even move out of your mouth. Talking, laughing, coughing, or sneezing can easily send your dentures flying. People often use adhesives and creams to try to secure dentures, but this is messy and potentially toxic if used improperly. And at best, it’s only partly successful.
Dental implants, on the other hand, are very secure. They are anchored in your jawbone as your body grows bone that binds to the implant root, made of titanium or an advanced zirconia ceramic. As long as they’re healthy, implants are even more secure than your natural teeth.