Teeth Replacement Options
Whether you have lost one or many teeth, there are a number of treatment options available to get you smiling again. No matter your situation, we are committed to finding the best tooth replacement option for you.
There are several ways to replace missing teeth, including dentures, implant snap-on dentures, and all-on-4 dental implants. Each option has its own benefits and drawbacks. All-on-4 dental implants may be the best choice in terms of health, cost, and long-term effectiveness, but it’s important to consider all options when deciding how to replace missing teeth.
All-On-4 Dental Implants
All-on-4 dental implants are a type of permanent dental prosthetic that replaces an entire row of teeth. They are attached to dental implants and can only be removed by a dentist. They are a good option for replacing a full set of upper or lower teeth and offer several advantages over other teeth replacements options, such as:
- Natural feel. Minimal movement makes this option the closest feeling to your natural teeth.
- Greatest function. Get back your full biting and chewing ability.
- No limitations. Enjoy—and taste—your favorite foods without worrying about whether or not you can.
- No pain. Never have pain from root canals, crowns, or extractions again, or deal with taking your dentures in and out each night.
- Permanent. Make one investment in all-on-4 implants for a forever, functioning, beautiful smile.
- Avoid other issues. Prevent bone loss, premature aging, and facial sagging.
Implant Snap-On Denture
Implant snap-on dentures are a popular choice for tooth replacement. They involve the placement of two dental implants in the top or bottom row of the mouth, and the denture is then attached to these implants, providing a more stable fit than traditional dentures. They have many benefits:
- More affordable than all-on-4 dental implants.
- Easily removed for cleaning.
- Improved ability to taste.
- Prevents bone loss.
Dentures have been a commonly used method for replacing missing teeth for a long time, and while they can be aesthetically pleasing, they also have several drawbacks. They can be difficult to eat with due to their tendency to shift and because they cover the roof of the mouth, many people find that they lose their ability to taste and feel temperature changes when using dentures.
While we specialize in all-on-4 dental implants for those seeking a permanent solution to their oral health struggles or looking to replace their dentures. We also understand that dentures are the right option for some patients.Dentures vs. All-On-4 Dental Implants
Not Sure Which Option Is Right For You?
Give us a call—we're happy to talk about all available options and find one that works best for you.Call Lifetime Dental