The Best Solution For Missing Teeth

The problem of missing teeth is not the same for everyone. Each person has his own unique situation. For the best results, it’s important to consider your personal situation.


What factors are relevant?

Cost and preference are only two factors. Others are even more important. One example is how many teeth are missing. A second factor is the health of your remaining teeth. Third, the health of your jawbone should be considered. With that being said, here are some of the choices available to you.


Dental Implants


Many people today prefer dental implants, as they are a permanent, natural approach to missing teeth. However, not everyone is a good candidate. An ideal candidate for implants does not need to have many teeth replaced, and has a healthy jawbone that’ll support an implant. If you’ve lost all or most of your natural teeth, or if your natural teeth are in poor condition and should be extracted, or if your jawbone isn’t healthy, implants aren’t the best option for you.


Bridge or Partial Dentures


If you’ve lost multiple teeth in one area, a bridge or a partial denture may be a better solution than implants. The main difference between these two devices is a bridge is permanent whereas partial dentures are removable.

A bridge is permanently affixed by implants. You can carefully brush your dental bridge when you brush your teeth. They don’t require extra care or inconvenience.

A partial denture should be removed for cleaning. It takes little time and effort to clean the denture.


Full Dentures


If the word “dentures” makes you think of elderly people in the past, the full dentures you can wear today are different from the false teeth your grandparents wore. The materials are better, and they’re made better, too.

When you choose high-quality modern dentures, they’ll fit snugly in your mouth. You won’t be embarrassed about dentures that slip when you talk, not have difficulty talking because of false teeth that are loose. With today’s quality materials, full dentures look completely natural.

All of these modern features make dentures suitable for individuals of all ages. Although adolescents and young adults rarely need full dentures, even young people can enjoy comfort and confidence.

From middle-age to seniors, adults will appreciate modern dentures. Whether your concern is your job or your social life, they’re not as noticeable as old-fashioned false teeth. They’re convenient, too. All you need to do is remove and clean your dentures every day.

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