Two of the most common methods of tooth restoration after suffering tooth loss are dental implants and dentures. But how do you know which option is right for you? And is it possible to have both implants and dentures?
When it comes to restoring your smile after losing a substantial number of teeth, some form of dentures are usually the most practical solution. After all, the costs of 10 to 20 dental implants in the same mouth would be prohibitively high for most patients. But there is still a better form of teeth replacement than simply opting for traditional dentures.
At the periodontal practice of Dr. Raymond A. Kenzik in Ormond Beach, FL, we offer a unique "Teeth Express" procedure that can replace your missing teeth with dental implants, with or without affixed dentures/bridges, in a minimal amount of time.
When dealing with tooth loss, there are many things to consider before choosing a solution for the replacement of your teeth. Some people tend to make a simple cost comparison, but there are many other factors that should be taken into account in order to find the most beneficial solution for your oral health. Dental implants, while typically more expensive, offer a variety of benefits that aren’t just related to cosmetic appeal.
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