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Dentures Vs. Dental Implants: Which Is Better for You? April 27, 2016

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Dentures Vs. Dental Implants: Which Is Better for You?, Perinton, New York

Do missing teeth make you self-conscious about your smile? Turn to David M. Kramer, DDS in Fairport, NY, for reliable dentures and implant dentistry services. With over 25 years of experience in general dentistry and gum disease treatment, his knowledge of dental restoration procedures is unparalleled.

If you’re wondering whether you should opt for dentures or implants, the Fairpoint dentist presents the following points for comparison:

  • How They Work: Dentures are a removable set of artificial teeth and gums. Based on the coverage you need, you have the option to get either partial or full dentures. On the other hand, dental implants are replacement teeth and roots, designed as a permanent solution for your missing teeth. Typically made of titanium, they are fitted directly into your mouth to give you a natural-looking smile.Fairport-Dentures

  • Longevity & Maintenance: While modern dentures are made to last a significant amount of time, they may need occasional repair or realignment. For proper maintenance, make sure you keep your dentures clean and sanitary. In this way, they are similar to dental implants, which are also long-lasting but warrant some readjustments over the years. Maintaining good oral health is the key to ensuring the optimal upkeep of your dental implants.
  • Procedure: Getting your dentures made requires several visits to dentist’s office for meticulous measurements and teeth impressions. You’ll also be called to do several demos to ensure that the procedure is going in the right direction. Once ready, your dentist will help you wear and adjust them to get the perfect fit. In contrast, implant dentistry involves surgical procedures to set the teeth and anchors and time to allow them to heal. Depending on the number of implants you receive, the entire process can take up to two months until the new teeth are fully set.

When it comes to deciding between dentures and implants, David M. Kramer, DDS can offer you his professional opinion. Drawing on his extensive knowledge in implant dentistry, he will explain both procedures and recommend the one that’s best suited for you. With Dr. Kramer's general dentistry practice at your service, you can count on foolproof dentures and implants made with your comfort in mind.

From dentures to implant dentistry, David M. Kramer, DDS has the answers to all your questions related to teeth restoration and oral hygiene. Set up an appointment with this general dentistry expert by calling (585) 223-1980. You can also visit the practice’s website to learn more about the dental services offered there.

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