How do overdentures differ than other dentures?

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Overdentures are dentures that go over retained roots. The roots may have attachments in them that will help hold dentures in place.

The retained roots usually have had root canals and help preserve the bone.

They are more common in the lower jaw than the upper jaw.

Dentures go over the gums and there are no teeth left.

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