Dentures, Dental Implants

Single-Tooth Dental Implants - Affordable Dentures  January 2, 2013 – 02:28 pm

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A permanent solution for individual missing teeth at a VALUE you’ve come to expect from AFFORDABLE DENTURES® .

If you are self-conscious about missing teeth, there is an affordable option that may be right for you: dental implants. A growing number of AFFORDABLE DENTURES® practices now offer the single-tooth implant and dental crown that get you back where you want to be at a fraction of the price of other providers.

  • Bakersfield, CA
  • Binghampton, NY
  • Boardman, OH
  • Cartersville, GA
  • Chillicothe, OH
  • Decatur, IL
  • Jackson, CA
  • Jessup, MD
  • LaGrange, GA
  • Litchfield, IL
  • Mesquite, TX
  • Milwaukee, WI
  • Muncie, IN
  • Nashville, TN
  • New Braunfels, TX
  • Panama City, FL
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Spokane, WA
  • Sun City, AZ
  • Tampa, FL
  • Virginia Beach, VA

Call the practice nearest you to schedule an appointment to find out if you’re a good candidate for dental implants at more affordable prices!

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What is a single-tooth implant?

A dental implant is a small titanium post that is inserted into the jawbone and provides a “root” for the placement of a restoration that looks, feels and functions similar to a natural tooth. Implants are artificial replacements for natural tooth roots in the upper and lower jaws. These “anchors” resemble miniature screws and are usually made from titanium, which is highly compatible with bone. They attach to the jawbone and gum tissue to become a stable base for replacement teeth, called crowns.

Am I a Candidate for Dental Implants?

A single-tooth implant requires a series of procedures and time for the implant to successfully anchor, or osseointegrate, into the jawbone. This can take several months before the crown can be attached. But, once the implant process is complete, you’ll enjoy a new smile for decades to come.

Your Affordable Dentures dentist will perform a thorough oral examination and review your health history to determine if dental implants are the right choice for you. You may be a candidate if you are in good overall health, have healthy gums and adequate bone to support an implant. You must be committed to thorough oral hygiene and scheduling regular dental checkups.

Benefits

  • Most natural-looking and functional solution for missing teeth
  • Nutritional benefits from being able to eat foods you previously couldn’t
  • No need for removal at night

Source: www.affordabledentures.com


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Dentures and dental implants

Does anyone have the dental implants that are used with the bottom plate of a set of dentures? Basically, it's 2 little posts implanted near where your bottom 'canine' teeth are and the bottom denture slips onto them to hold it in place. I'm considering having this done when I have to have the rest of my teeth pulled and start wearing dentures and was trying to get some input about it. Anything positive or negative anyone has to say about this, please let me know.

Dentures or implants?

I'd like to know if anyone out there has had a full-mouth of dental implants. These are the dentures that are fastened permanently in your mouth with pins that are inserted into drilled holes in the jawbone. Could you please tell me if you like them? How long have you had yours? Do they take some getting used to? How do they feel at first? Any special care for your mouth because of them? Ever have any aches or pains? Ever wish you could take them out for a while and give your mouth a rest? Anything else anyone wants to add about this procedure? Thanks all!

Implants versus dentures

I was like you and didn't go to the dentist for a long time, almost 20 years. I don't know why. I kept putting it off. I was so nervous I thought the dentist would tell me there was nothing they could do for me. I had dental insurance so that was not the problem. My gums were very inflamed. I finally got the guts to go to the dentist. That was about over a year ago. I also had to go and see a periodontist and an endodontist. It was very expensive and probably would not have been able to afford the work without the insurance.
Implants are very expensive. What about bridgework

Question about implants vs dentures

I have a choice between a 10 unit bridge which I need like 5 implants. I don't know if at this time I can afford what was quoted (Columbia Dental School) almost a yr ago. I am also walking around with a temp for way to long. I have a apt this wk so I don't know what can be salvaged. Has anyone had a permanant denture with like 2 implants holding it in place that looks and feels natural? I have been through so much bs with my teeth and dental schools I am wondering if it pays to get 5 implants and a 10 unit bridge even if I could afford it..So much pain and problems could occur under the bridge anyway

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