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Dental Implants vs. Dentures: Let’s Help You Decide

2020 September Blog

Dental implants and dentures can help you smile confidently again. Although both have the same goal, it’s up to you to decide the type of dental procedure you want to undergo. This is what makes it difficult for you to decide. You can learn more about the two options and then decide the option that’s right for you.


Dental Implants

Dental implants are a titanium post that’s placed into your jawbone. They replicate your natural tooth’s root. If you have a missing tooth or teeth and want a more permanent solution, you can opt for dental implants. The dental implant bonds to your jawbone, creating an anchor. You can choose this option if you want to replace one or more teeth.

Dental implants also provide support to dentures and crowns. Since they look like your regular teeth, you need to maintain good oral hygiene. They can also last you for several years. Moreover, they maintain your jaw’s structure to prevent the sunken facial appearance you often see in people with tooth loss.


Pros

· Their success rate is better than 95%.

· They can last you for 20 years or more.

· They are easy to care for and maintain.

· They preserve the integrity of your jaw bone and facial structure.

· They act like your regular teeth and allow your bone to grow.


Cons

· Costly.

· Not everyone is suitable for dental implants.


Dentures

Dentures are removable devices for the mouth. You can use dentures to replace missing teeth and a part of the gum tissue. They’re made of acrylic base colored to match the color of gums. The base supports your teeth. Some dentures include a metal framework, which is lightweight and provides more support and extra strength. You can choose between partial dentures and complete dentures. Complete dentures replace all teeth, whereas partial teeth fill in the gaps.


Pros

· Less expensive.

· Dentures can be used for people with bone and gum loss.

· It’s a non-invasive procedure.


Cons

· With age causing your gums and face structure to change, you may require replacements or adjustments later.

· It takes time to get used to them and can be uncomfortable at first and cause difficulty with eating and speaking.

· Require daily care to prevent infections.

Although dental implants are more expensive, they’re a long-lasting solution. If you want dental implants, not dentures, Dental Hearts can assist you. We offer affordable dental implants.


Book an appointment with us now.


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