Have you ever wondered what actually happens when you lost a tooth? Besides robbing you of a gorgeous smile, losing your teeth may also affect how you speak and chew. Furthermore, you could find yourself with tooth decay, gum disease, and further tooth and bone loss. Thankfully, your cosmetic dentist offers numerous tooth replacement solutions, such as Orlando dentures and implants!Obviously, you only need to choose one. So, if you're having a hard time deciding, give us a call! We'll highlight the pros and cons of each to help you make the best decision.
Modern-day dentures look nothing like traditional dentures. Contrary to popular belief, the newest denture design blends naturally with the rest of your surrounding teeth. Furthermore, they are cost-effective! You can choose between fixed or removable dentures, and they don’t require surgery.The downside to dentures is they don't last as long as implants. Therefore, you may need to consider changing your diet to food and drinks that are gentler on your dentures. However, like with anything, if you take the proper care, they can serve still serve you well for many years.
When given two possible solutions, you should always weigh your options. Dentures need to be replaced after a certain number of years, while dental implants could last a lifetime. Between the two, the closest thing to having real teeth are dental implants because they are securely embedded in your jawbone, just like a tooth’s root. Furthermore, because they are just as strong and durable as natural teeth, patients can eat anything they want!
Still undecided? If you can't make up your mind, set an appointment with us, and we'd love to discuss your options! At Altamonte Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry, we offer highly customized treatment plans for all our patients. All of our dental health professionals are highly trained and skilled to provide you with the best possible care. Fill out our form to schedule an appointment or visit our website to learn more about our services.
– Dr. Atila C. Miranda, DDS –(407) 831-4008752 Stirling Center Pl STE 1000,