is not just a family dentistry where we fill cavities and do routine teeth cleanings. We also provide a variety of cosmetic dentistry services including providing you with quality affordable dentures and dental implants.
One of the main differences between dentures and dental implants is that dentures are -- for the most part -- removable. While both options are great for replacing single or multiple missing teeth, dental implants are much more permanent. Dentures, on the other hand are typically more affordable and less invasive than having a dental implant.
Continue reading below about the differences between dental implants and dentures as well as their benefits. If you still have any questions or you're ready to schedule an appointment with us, give us a call
Dentures are removable appliances that replace any missing teeth or gum tissue. Full dentures rest on the gums as opposed to partial dentures that are used to fill in gaps while your natural teeth remain.
Parker Dental offers affordable dentures available to help you regain your smile. Don't worry about how your dentures will look; they actually look quite natural. Another benefit of getting dentures is that they are easy to adjust and can be altered should you lose any additional teeth.
A dental implant is a titanium post that is inserted into the jawbone. Dental implants replicate the root of a natural tooth. When the implant is put into place it bonds with the jawbone and anchors the replacement tooth.
Some things you might want to consider when you visit Parker Dental and are trying to decide between dentures and dental implants are how they look, their durability and also the health of your remaining teeth. Dental implants do look more natural than dentures and also typically last longer.
Parker Dental Will Help You Through Your Decision Making Process. Call Us Today!
Our team of qualified dentists and staff members are here to help you make the decision between getting affordable dentures or dental implants. If you have any questions about the pros and cons of either option or any questions about any of our other dental services, feel free to give us a call today!