Dental Implants

Dental Implants Vs. Dentures

Discover The Benefits Of Dental Implants Over Dentures
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Implants or Dentures?

Dental implants are versatile treatment tools as they can replace either one or multiple missing teeth. A patient can have multiple implants to support the replacement teeth that are needed.

Many patients who initially opted for removable dentures have switched to dental implants with positive results.

Are Dentures Worth It?

Implants are an Improvement

Patients claim an improvement in quality of life! Implants feel and respond like natural teeth, allowing for more natural eating and eliminating embarrassing moments when dentures may have slipped or clicked.

Additionally dental implants help to preserve your aesthetic appearance as they actively work to prevent bone loss.

Dentures vs. Dental Implants in Scottsdale, AZ

Traditional removable dentures are a great short term solution for tooth loss. However, patients of Dr. Alison P. Schwartz in need of permanent prosthetics are much more likely to benefit from dental implants in Scottsdale, AZ for the following reasons:

  • Increased comfort
  • Increased stability
  • Versatility
  • Tooth and bone preservation
  • Long term results

Increased Comfort

Since dentures are made from plastic and cast metal, there is a big chance that they will cause irritation and discomfort. Dental implants are made from titanium and ceramic which are naturally compatible with the human body. You will easily forget you have them!

Increased Stability

Removable dentures are sometimes held in place with adhesives but usually just rest on top of the gums. This means that problems like slippage can occur and make it difficult to eat or speak properly. Dental implants are surgically implanted in the jaw bone, thus eliminating such issues.

Versatility

Removable dentures are most often used to replace large numbers of missing teeth. In fact, tooth extractions or other procedures are sometimes necessary to make room for the denture. Dr. Schwartz can use individual implants to replace single teeth, implant bridges for several adjacent missing teeth, or implant supported dentures to replace an entire arch. This makes dental implant technology a more versatile solution.

Tooth and Bone Preservation

Unlike traditional dentures, dental implants interact closely with the gums and jaw to prevent deterioration. In addition to preventing bone and tissue loss, this also helps to preserve supporting structures of the teeth and prevent future tooth loss.

Long Term Results

Since dentures allow for bone and tissue to deteriorate and alter the facial structure, they generally need to be replaced every five to seven years because of poor fitting. Dental implants not only preserve the facial structure but promote bone health, as well. With proper maintenance, they can last an entire lifetime.

Dental implants carry numerous advantages over traditional dentures. To learn more about dental implants in Scottsdale, AZ, contact Dr. Schwartz and schedule your consultation today!

If you want to have a gorgeous smile and enjoy a lifetime of exquisite dental health, visit the practice of Alison P. Schwartz, DDS. Dr. Schwartz and her caring team who pride themselves on providing Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley Village the highest quality dental care, including gum recession treatment and dental implants.

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