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By Silvestri & Deniger Dentistry
August 20, 2015
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: Dental Implants  

DenturesDental implants give you a long-term reason to smile.

With their realistic look and stable support, dental implants are now the preferred dental restoration. However, compared to other treatments, they are still relatively new. Dr. Susan Silvestri and Dr. Ronnie Deninger, dentists in Slidell, Louisiana, have answered a few of the questions they hear from their patients about the efficacy of dental implants. 

The downfalls of dentures...

There was a time not long ago when removable dentures and partials were basically the only tooth replacement available. Dentures developed a reputation of being uncomfortable and artificial-looking, living up to their informal nickname: "false teeth." Today, many people question the difference in cost between dental implants and dentures.

While it's true that dentures and partials are usually cheaper, your Slidell dentists will tell you that over time, the cost of dentures may grow. They will need regular maintenance to make sure they continue to fit in your mouth. With the constant removal and cleaning, they are more likely to be accidentally broken and in need of costly repairs. And there are costs involved with the specialized soaking solutions and toothpastes, you must use to keep them clean. They also restrict the foods you can eat comfortably.

...and the improvement of implants!

So while the upfront cost of dental implants may seem expensive, their durability and positive impact on your oral health is invaluable. Once your Slidell dentist has placed the post of the implant, it takes the place of the tooth's roots, which are essentially in maintaining your jawbone's integrity. The top of the implant, called the crown, also gives the teeth next to it the support they need to stay in place. Since the implant looks and functions like regular teeth, you can easily eat, talk, and smile without fear of slippage or damage. Regular checkups with your Slidell dentist and good daily oral hygiene are the only maintenance that dental implants need.

With the proper care, your dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care. Start your journey to attractive, comfortable, and effortless dental restoration by calling your Slidell dentist's office today.

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