Did you lose teeth this year? If so, you’re not alone—especially when it comes to creating a better smile before your family visits for the holidays. Nothing is worse than hearing that “too honest” aunt or uncle tell you how they really feel about the way you look.
Eliminate all the possibilities for embarrassment by replacing your teeth with dentures or dental implants in Worthington—or both!
Replace Your Teeth with Dentures or Dental Implants
All About Dentures
Dentures can be a great tooth replacement for anyone who’s missing several teeth! Dentures are a dental prosthetic that lies over your gums and acts as your real teeth. They work to complete your smile once again and make it easier to eat and speak. New advancements allow dentures to look more natural while offering a more secure fit for less discomfort and slipping. You’re able to eat and speak just as you would your natural teeth. Just remove your dentures for effective an easy cleaning.
All About Dental Implants
The amazing thing about dental implants isn’t their ability to replicate the crown of your teeth, it’s the post that’s implanted into your jaw. Although dentures do a great job of helping you restore your smile for periods of time, dental implants are a more permanent solution that anchors various prosthetics—including dentures—to your jaws.
Combining Dentures and Dental Implants
Implant retained dentures are simply the best way to replace teeth. They’re created with a natural looking pink gum line that supports the false teeth. However, they are held in place using biocompatible titanium posts that are implanted into the jawbone (these are the actual dental implants).
Since the implants are held in place by posts, they aren’t removable, providing a permanent tooth replacement. There are no slipping, discomfort, or food restrictions because they’re rooted to your jawbone just like natural teeth are. If your dentist in Worthington recommends dentures, they may also bring up the possibility of having them retained with dental implants.
Getting Implant-Retained Dentures is The Best Decision for Your Smile
When it comes to replacing critical parts of your body, like teeth, it’s best to have a professional’s help, guidance, and resources to get the job done. Everyone has unique needs and preferences when it comes to their health, which is why your dentist takes the time to create custom treatment plants that will help you achieve the smile you once had—or even better!
About Our Office
No matter your choice, Dr. Nameth offers the latest advancements in restorative dentistry. Let us help you regain your smile and quality of life with our high-quality dental prosthetics. Call our office today to schedule a consultation for dental implants or dentures.