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Dental Implants vs. Dentures?


Posted on 8/7/2023 by Precision Dental Specialties
Dental Implants vs. Dentures?Teeth loss can arise due to several reasons. Disease, trauma, decay, and tooth extraction may leave you without your natural teeth. Whatever the cause, teeth loss will leave you in danger of oral disease and aesthetic concerns. Without teeth, chewing becomes a tall order and you could comprise your digestion activity. again, tooth loss can result in misalignment and undesirable facial chances.

Lucky for you, there are different ways to replace your natural teeth with prosthetic ones. Two common ones are dental implants and dentures. Both teeth replacement methods are meant to ensure you regain your bite function. However, because of the different ways in which these teeth artificial teeth function and are fitted, they will differ in performance and care too.

Dental Dentures


Dentures can replace the whole set of teeth in your mouth or a number of lost teeth. They are tailor-made by taking impressions of your mouth that are used to make a set that fits your mouth. It is easy to care for them when cleaning, as they are removable. Removing them during bedtime is also possible if you wish. Nonetheless, dentures become uncomfortable as time goes by due to the shrinking of your bone because it lacks the support of the roots.

Dental Implants


Tooth implants feature titanium poles that are fitted into the jawbone to merge with it through osseointegration. This makes implants not possible to remove at home. They are, in other words, permanently affixed. Temporary crowns are placed on the implants during the healing time. After complete healing, ceramic crowns will be placed on the implants to complete the process. You don't need to worry about removing them at night or any other time.

At our office, you will meet our experienced surgery dentist who will give you a complete guide on the most suitable form of teeth replacement method, depending on your overall goals. Give us a call to book an appointment.

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