Mount Laurel Dental Office
If you have missing teeth that need replacement, you are probably thinking about getting dental implants or dentures. Both of these teeth replacement methods have their pros and cons, and it is interesting and important to consider both options. If you want to learn more about both of these procedures, and which will work best for you, you will do well to make an appointment to come to our Mount Laurel dental office
, Pleasant Valley Family Dentistry.
At our Mount Laurel dental office
you will be seen by one of our expert and highly-trained dentists. They are: Dr. Asad Sadiq; Dr. Benjamin Nero; Dr. Zaki Sadiq; Dr. Reena Goyal; Dr. Amina Sadiq; and Dr. Essam Adly. At our dental office you will be able to get the highest level of care whether you need family, cosmetic, restorative or implant dentistry. Not all patients are candidates for dental implants. If you need to have dental implants our dentist will have to determine if your jawbone is healthy enough to hold the implant. If not, you may be able to have a procedure that builds up the jawbone with a bone graft. On the other hand, anyone can be fit for full or partial dentures. Also, the lower titanium root implant portion of the dental implant needs to be surgically inserted. Recovery from this surgery will take many months. However, dentures can be fully fit and installed over a few weeks, or even less. So it seems that dentures are much easier to get and call for no type of surgery or recovery time.
Our Mount Laurel dental office
medical staff believes that no one procedure or treatment is right for everyone. This is certainly the case when you compare dentures and dental implants. Dental implants have many advantages. They are totally secure, and look, feel and function just like permanent teeth. They will never slip, or be reason for embarrassment. And with dental implants, you will be able to eat anything. Additionally, dentures can be difficult to wear and keep clean. However, there is a big cost consideration. Getting dental implants can be much more costly than getting dentures. There are many factors that can affect the cost. Our office staff will be able to help you weigh this part of the decision. If you have teeth that need replacement, make an appointment to see one of our fine dentists for a consultation. All of your questions will be answered, and then you and our dentist will be able to come up with the best treatment plan for you.
By Pleasant Valley Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry
April 12, 2016