Visit a Dentist for Dentures or Implants

Posted on: February 2, 2019

Dental appliances like dentures or implants are growing with possibilities every day, as the dental industry continues to progress over time. Dental professionals all over are being trained further on certain appliances that can be useful to people seeking dental restoration or dental alterations.

Knowing what types of dental appliances are available can be helpful to those wondering what their options are. Today, we will go over why visiting a dentist for dentures or implants can be beneficial. Both of these dental appliances can significantly help someone restore their teeth.

Visiting a dentist for dentures

What are dentures?

Dentures are prosthetic dental appliances that are used to take the place of teeth that are missing. These appliances can be removable or permanent with the help of other dental bonding appliances such as bridges or implants. Dentures rely on the gums and the surrounding soft and hard tissues of the mouth.

A dentist or dental professional can work with a person who has missing teeth so that dentures can be provided. Because dentures are custom-made to fit a person’s mouth, the process of getting them can be involved but well worth the potential wait. The dental professional will work over a few appointments to fit the patient and ensure that dentures are the best method of treatment for missing teeth.

Dentures work to provide someone with a restored method of chewing and smiling. A lot of people lose their teeth with age, from accidents or due to decay and erosion – this is where dentures can really be beneficial.

Visiting a dentist for dental implants

What are dental implants?

Dental implants act more as a support system to a dental appliance such as a crown, denture or bridge. The implant is a surgical dental appliance that is essentially like an artificial tooth root.

While dental implants do require invasive surgery, it is good to be aware of what the process involves for those who are considering having them done. The implant is almost shaped like a screw that is placed within the jaw bone in order for the artificial tooth (bridge or crown) to be set. It takes some time for the implant to naturally bond with the jaw in order for it to be effective.

A dentist or dental professional such as an oral surgeon is able to place dental implants within the mouth. Although the procedure can be invasive and involved, the effects can be very beneficial to the mouth as a whole.

The bottom line

Visiting with a dentist to get dentures or dental implants can be an involved process but they are both worth the outcome. They provide people with oral and dental restoration which a lot of people seek after damages have incurred.

If you have more questions about dental implants or dentures then reach out to our office today. We are happy to answer any questions that you might have, give us a call or stop by today.

Request an appointment here: https://gkdentaloffice.com or call GK Dental PC at (617) 826-6075 for an appointment in our Everett office.

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