Your Options for Full Teeth Removal and Replacement
Posted on 3/21/2022 by Evan
If you are fed up with your teeth, you are not the only one. It's common for us to get patients who are tired of dealing with dental issues that they have had for years. Many people ask us about their options when they want their teeth removed and replaced. Whether their dental problems are caused by injury, genetics, or long-term neglect, there are options available when having all of your teeth removed and starting over.
You Have Two Options
When all of your teeth have been extracted and you want them replaced, you have 2 options: Dentures or dental implants. Dentures are not a long-term solution for tooth replacement since they are not permanent. They do resemble teeth; therefore, you shouldn't go out in public without them. Dentures are an economical choice if you are lacking teeth. This is one of the primary reasons why people prefer this alternative. Dentures are not attached to your gums, allowing them to move around. It may be quite annoying to have trouble chewing, eating, and communicating. There are techniques to enhance the fit of your dentures, but it's vital to understand that this is always a possibility. While some people find it simpler to remove their dentures before eating, doing it in public can be quite unpleasant and lead to major digestive troubles over time.
They strongly encourage tooth replacement choices since dental implants act like natural teeth and avoid jawbone degradation. An implant is put into the jawbone and merges with it, stimulating it in the same way as real teeth do. The technique for dental implants involves placing only four or six implants on the top and bottom jaws. After the implants have been implanted, a permanent denture is affixed to them. Because they attach to the implants, they are semi-permanent. You can eat, sleep, speak, and do anything else with them without worrying about the dentures slipping. This is a fantastic alternative since you receive the advantages of implants and the affordability of dentures.
About Us • Dentist Hillsboro, OR • Hoffman Dental Here at Hoffman Dental the mission of our office in Hillsboro, OR is to create a wonderful dental experience that leaves a positive impression for each patient. Hoffman Dental, 876 SE Oak Street, Hillsboro, OR 97123-4212 • (971) 979-3737 • dranthonyhoffman.com • 2/7/2023 • Key Phrases: dentist Hillsboro OR •