Dental Implant Options And You

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Dental Implant Options And You

Today’s patients have a number of dental implant options when it comes to replacing missing teeth. Dental implants are simply a type of implant treatment that allows for the placement of a post into the jawbone as a way to replace a missing tooth or multiple teeth. Advanced dental techniques and technology make this type of dental treatment possible. Keep in mind that dental implant treatment requires multiple visits in most cases.

A More Secure And More Natural Looking Denture

Dental implants can also be used to support dentures in a permanent or removable way. Those who have used dentures in the past know the frustration of dealing with dentures that slip and slide. Dental implant supported dentures eliminate this problem. Several implants are typically placed in the jawline as anchors for the denture appliance. The end result is quite impressive when it comes to a more secure and more natural looking denture. Conversely, full mouth implants are another option for replacing a large number of missing teeth. Consulting with your dental care provider is the best way to know for sure which option is best for you.

The Overall Quality Of The Bone Mass Of The Jaw
The Overall Quality Of The Bone Mass Of The Jaw

Single tooth implants are perhaps the most common. It is a highly effective and efficient way of replacing a single missing tooth that has been extracted because of disease or trauma. Implant procedures can vary substantially from patient to patient and from case to case. One key consideration when it comes to the placement of dental implants is the overall quality of the bone mass of the jawbone of the patient. If there is not sufficient jawbone mass the dental implants may not be a suitable solution. This is another case where consulting with your dental care provider or oral surgeon is the best option. Talk with your dentist in Walnut Creek, Dr. Darvishzadeh at Walnut Creek Dental for more information on the many different types of dental implant options available.

[1] Why Consider Dental Implants?
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