While cost alone is never the only consideration, generally speaking, getting dental implants rather than partial dentures will be the more expensive option to replace missing teeth. However, this is not always the case. A recent patient visit to our office is a perfect example of the exception to the rule and why you should always explore your options before making a decision to replace your teeth.
Excessive teeth grinding or bruxism is both unnatural and destructive to either natural and/or artificial teeth.
In a recent case, through a collaborative effort, we help a patient preserve their new smile with a double implant in the back of their mouth, to offset the stress put on their front teeth by their bruxism habit.
If you or a loved one is on a fixed income and needs a single tooth permanently replaced, don’t let that dissuade you from seeking help. There are affordable options available to you.
When missing a tooth, many people don’t consider the consequences to their oral and even overall health that not replacing it can cause. The truth is, that the consequences can be dire if not addressed in a timely fashion.
When it comes to replacing a tooth, the solution isn’t always so cut and dry. Sometimes an implant is the way to go but in other situations, a bridge better than an implant.
In our latest article, we explore a recent case that we dealt with in our practice dealing with this very question.
Dental veneers are often a good choice for cosmetic purposes, but they aren’t always the right solution to your needs. Here’s a real-world example that came through our doors.
If you have a partial denture, losing your teeth does not always mean you need to transition to a full denture. You have other options.