Even though dentures have been used for many decades, the no-fuss simplicity of dental implants generally makes them a more effective option for the replacement of missing teeth. Because they are built to match your natural teeth as closely as possible, implants are more comfortable, reliable and functional than dentures but people are still having the dental implants vs dentures debate. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why are dental implants better than dentures.
Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gums and is the early stages of gum disease. in fact, it’s one of the most common dental problems. So if you’ve noticed that your gums feel a little tender, are red in colour, or bleed when you brush, then you probably have gingivitis. That’s the bad news….
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Most dentists would agree that a dental implant is the best way to replace a missing tooth. There is no other method of teeth replacement that can last as long; and furthermore, dental implants prevent the natural loss of bone which occurs when a tooth is lost – which no other method of tooth replacement can do.
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Few of us have perfect teeth, and it’s quite common as an adult to have a few teeth that are misaligned or crooked. Having a not-so-perfect smile can put a dent in your confidence while at the same time, brushing and flossing a misaligned smile can be very difficult too.
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Thanks to advances in modern dentistry you are spoilt for choice when it comes to the types of dental implants on offer. Of course each implant option comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages, and assessing these with the help of your dentist can help you make the most informed decision for your long term dental health.
Is the thought of undergoing dental implant surgery freaking you out? Don’t worry, it’s a common fear that most patients express. Questions like ‘will I feel pain during surgery and what about afterwards?’ are totally understandable. As your local caring dentist we totally get where you’re coming from. After all, having a metal post inserted down into your jaw is probably enough to make anyone shudder, but like most things, the thought of doing something is usually a lot worse than actually having it done.
If you’ve recently lost one or more of your teeth then your dentist might suggest dental implants to restore your smile. Deciding whether or not to go ahead with dental implants isn’t a decision to be taken lightly, since the initial outlay can be relatively high; but more importantly, questions like ‘are dental implants safe?’ and ‘How can they help me?’ probably spring to mind. So without further ado, let’s dive in and find out.
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When a person suffers a missing tooth, it’s good to know that they have several options open to them. Of course the gold standard of treatment is a dental implant, but could a dental bridge do an equally effective job? The simple answer is yes and of course, it’s considerably cheaper, but is it really the best option? Should you choose a dental bridge or implant to replace a missing tooth?
Got misaligned teeth? Then wearing braces can fix your dental problem but how much do braces cost? Let’s take a closer look at the various straightening options available to you and more importantly, the costs involved.
So what do dental implants cost? It may not be as much as you think….
Sure, when compared to other forms of missing tooth replacement then initially, dental implants cost more. However if you look at the bigger picture and take a long term view, often the price of tooth implants costs less than other options.