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Doral area dentist describes dental implants vs. dentures

Patients in the Doral community who visit Drs. Marlon Pasquier, Sr. and Marlon Pasquier, Jr. at Miami Modern Dental for restorative dentistry often have questions when it comes to the variety of ways in which the function, health, and beauty of the smile can be recovered after tooth loss. Tooth loss may occur due to a number of situations, but what is most important is that patients work closely with a dental team they know and trust to discuss possible replacement solutions. Solutions may vary from patient to patient, as each problem is unique. Some patients may choose their restorative solution based on what is covered by their dental insurance companies, while others want to choose something that is permanent and requires little attention.

The three primary ways in which patients can obtain a new smile is with dental implants, dentures, and dental bridges. All three of these are available at Miami Modern Dental, and Drs. Marlon Pasquier, Sr. and Marlon Pasquier, Jr. can help patients understand how they work. However, many patients want to know about dental implants vs. dentures.

Dental implants are titanium rods that are designed for placement into the jawbone. When dentists perform oral surgery to put these in place, they will do so with the restorative method in mind. Some dental implants are restored with dental bridges, while others with crowns. Some patients may choose to have their full dentures held in place with dental implants. All of these are possible options depending on the situation.

Dentures have been used for years and have come a long way over the last decade. Patients can choose from partial dentures or full dentures depending on how many teeth they need to replace. Both are made of acrylics and metals that are custom-designed for the smile. They look natural and beautiful, and many patients enjoy using them in conjunction with dental implants for optimum stability and strength.

Each has their benefits. Dentures can be easily removed for cleaning, while dental implants are permanent and stay in place for many years. Dental implants are more stable, but dentures can be easily adjusted when changes to the mouth occur. Implants can maintain bone structure and dentures cannot. Speaking with our team is the best way to learn about dentures vs. dental implants and deciding what is most appropriate for you!

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