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Tired of not being able to chew your food and not being able to smile in public? The good news is that with dentures and implants, you no longer need to suffer.
However, it does lead to another dilemma, which one of these options should you really go for? Let’s take an in depth look at both dentures and implants and make a decision.



What comes to your mind when we mention the words dentures? Chances are that you immediately think of an old person who replaces them after their meals and puts them in a glass on their bedside.
However, dentures have actually come a long way in the last few years. Nowadays they are made of high quality materials and fitted in such a way that they don’t slip out when you speak. Neither do they impair your speech in any way.
The reason why dentures have always stayed the popular option is because they are simple. They can be easily removed, don’t cause any pain and are relatively inexpensive.
However, people who are against dentures claim that they don’t look natural. Furthermore, they don’t compare to teeth that are fused to the jawbone.

Dental Implants


Dental implants are the anti-thesis of dentures. Unlike dentures, implants are not replaceable. They are fixed to your jawbone because of which they look like natural teeth.
Usually people go for this option when they have just one or two missing teeth. The process of getting implants also varies. It depends on factors like the number of teeth that need to be extracted and the bones that you have left.
During the process, titanium screws are placed in the jawbone. These screws function as roots for the teeth.
One planted the dentist then waits for the surrounding bone and tissue to heal. During this time, the screws also fuse with the bones. This might take a couple of months.
Once the tissue has healed, dentists will place the implants and crowns. The best thing about dentures is that they are a permanent solution. All you need to ensure is that you take good care of the implants. Regularly brushing and flossing gets the job done.
Whether you decide to get dentures or implants, you will need to opt for services of professionals. This is where we come in. We offer emergency dental treatment in Palmdale. We also offer additional services which include professional teeth whitening.
Dial 661-947-7737 to book an appointment now.

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