If you have decided to take the plunge and have chosen dental implants to replace your missing teeth, you have chosen a fantastic route for your smile. Dental implants are known as the gold standard in tooth replacement, and they have been touted as the greatest advancement in dentistry in the last century. Understanding how dental implants work is the best way to prepare for life after dental implants.
Dentures are a method of replacing a single tooth or multiple teeth within the mouth. They have been used for centuries, and thankfully have come a long way in comfort and appearance. Georgia Denture & Implant Specialists is committed to providing patients with the ultimate, customized denture services in order to help patients achieve a smile that they feel confident showing off and comfortable wearing.
When you choose to make an investment in a new or improved smile, you want your money to be wisely spent. Dentures are a fantastic method for tooth replacement because they are economical and look great, however, dentures that do not fit inside the mouth properly are uncomfortable and can cause extreme embarrassment.
There are millions of adults in the United States who are uncomfortable with their smiles. At Georgia Denture & Implant Specialists, we understand that an incomplete or damaged smile can leave you feeling self-conscious and can impact how well you eat. Our practice wants to help bring your confidence back by restoring your smile to one that you are proud show off.
It is such a great time to live in where there are different options for the replacement of missing teeth. Not everyone can afford to have dental implants as a tooth/teeth replacement, and not everyone wants to go through the long process of having them implanted in the mouth. For many people, partial dentures are an exceptional and desirable choice. Partial dentures are a tooth replacement option when some natural teeth remain in the mouth.
If you are missing one tooth, a single tooth implant is the ideal long-term solution for replacement because it will successfully replace the tooth and protect the health of the adjacent teeth. For years, a tooth supported bridge was used if a single tooth needed to be replaced.