What’s so bad about missing teeth other than ruining a potentially beautiful smile? Did you know that tooth loss is not just an issue of aesthetics? According to science, missing teeth can cause your existing teeth to shift out of place. They tend to move in the direction of the gap leading to a domino effect. Besides shifting teeth, it also causes your jawbone to deteriorate over time. Therefore, you need to replace missing teeth ASAP. Two of the most popular tooth replacement solutions are Orlando dentures and implants. Which is better?
Dentures are a set of removable artificial teeth. You can choose between a full set or partial dentures. Full dentures are ideal for people who have lost a whole arch of teeth, while partial is for those who still have healthy teeth left. In terms of cost, dentures are significantly more affordable compared to implants. And since they are removable, you can take them out whenever you want. So, it’s an excellent option for people who do not have enough jawbone to support implants. People who wear poor-fitting dentures are prone to tooth decay, or infection so make sure you take good care of your dentures and replace them when they show signs of wear and tear.
Unlike dentures that need to be replaced after seven to 10 years, dental implants, on the other hand, last forever. Despite it being a surgical procedure, many people prefer dental implants because of their unparalleled stability, security, longevity, strength, and durability. Besides their impressive functionality, dental implants are also designed to look natural. Once they are in your mouth, they’ll blend naturally with the rest of your permanent teeth.
It can be hard to decide between the two, especially if you have many factors to consider. Therefore, we suggest you consult with your dentist and talk about your options in more detail to help you decide which one is best for you. At Altamonte Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry, we provide a wide array of customized treatment plans for our patients based on their needs and budget. 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 with us.
– Dr. Atila C. Miranda, DDS –(407) 831-4008752 Stirling Center Pl STE 1000,