If you have lost ANY of your teeth through neglect or trauma, you might find it hard to decide what to do next. Missing teeth can be unsightly, lower your confidence, and lead to other dental problems. It makes eating and speaking a challenge as well. As your trusted Dentists in Fort Lauderdale, we want you to be aware of all of your options when you have lost one or all of your teeth. The decision between dental implants and dentures is NOT a hard one. Using the information below, Drs Abraham and Thomas hopes you have some of the information to help you decide.
Dental Implants –Are secured in your jawbone and cannot be removed by you.
Dentures – Must be removed while sleeping and after eating for cleaning.
Dental Implants — Implants require special at home and professional attention to ensure they do not develop peri-implantitis
Dentures – Require frequent replacements and additional and products to keep clean.
Dental Implants –Are a more permanent solution, and currently have proven to hold up for up to thirty-five (35) years with meticulous care and professional maintenance.
Dentures – Will need to be replaced routinely to compensate for wear and tear.
Dental Implants – Are an affordable and great option if you have lost many or all of your teeth.
Dentures – If you have lost all of your teeth, dentures can be an affordable option. Even if you need to get them replaced.
If you have any questions about whether dental implants or dentures are the right choice for you, please schedule a consultation with Drs Abraham and Thomas, we will help you make a decision that is right for you.