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The Benefits of Dental Implants:
- Permanent Tooth Restoration
- Ability to Eat and Speak Without Loose Dentures
- No More Embarrassing Gaps In Your Smile!
- Saves Bone and Surrounding Teeth
- No Need for Fixed or Removable Appliances
- Renewed Confidence in Your Appearance
There Are Many Advantages of Dental Implants Over Dentures
Implants vs. Dentures
Many patients who initially opted for removable dentures have switched to dental implants with great results. Implants feel and respond like natural teeth, allowing for more worry free eating and eliminating embarrassing moments when dentures may have slipped or come out.
The Progression of Bone Loss
After tooth loss, the jaw bone will slowly deteriorate and make wearing a denture uncomfortable and unstable.
Dental Implants vs Dentures in Peoria, AZ.
Dr. Nitu offers dentures and dental implant restorations in Peoria, AZ. While both treatments can provide effective tooth replacement options, dental implants have a number of benefits and can drastically improve your quality of life.
Dental Implants vs. Dentures
Secure: Dental implants are permanently attached to the jaw bone, offering a secure and natural feel. You can talk and eat the foods you love without any added difficulty.
Comfortable: Restorations supported by dental implants fit comfortably in your mouth.
Replace one or all teeth: Your natural teeth are the best teeth you will ever have. Replacing your missing teeth with implants will help you keep your jaw bone and the surrounding teeth in proper position. Implants most closely mimic natural tooth structure.
Bone retention: Because of the way the implants are affixed you your jaw bone, they promote bone retention thus preventing further bone loss.
Permanent: Unlike most removable teeth, dental implants are meant to be a permanent, lifetime solution for missing teeth.
Insecure: Dentures often present their owners with difficulty chewing and talking. They sometimes fall out or fit insecurely, leading to awkward or embarrassing moments.
Uncomfortable: Because they sit on the gums and sometimes shift, dentures can cause irritation and discomfort.
Replaces many or all of your teeth: Unless you are missing a large number of teeth, dentures are not an ideal option.
Bone loss: When teeth are missing, the jaw bone tends to recede. This can lead to further loss of teeth, changes in facial features, and make it difficult for your appliance to sit properly on the gums.
Replacements and adjustments: Dentures are not a permanent solution. Changes to your mouth and bite, as well as ordinary wear and tear, can require multiple replacements and adjustments throughout your life. The American Dental Association recommends to have a new set of dentures made every 5 years.
We will always be on the leading edge. I will continue growing my expertise and bringing the latest advancements in dentistry to our patients. One thing, though, will never change: The genuine, friendly and consistent way we care for you. It is what people appreciate about our office and it is why they are more that patients….they are real friends and part of our dental family.
Learn more here, then call to schedule a visit with us. Along with everyone at our office, I look forward to caring for you.
Dr. Victor Nitu