procected teeth - dental implants indiaDental implant vs Denture

When you are missing one or more teeth you will need to determine what tooth replacement option is best suited to your smile.

dental implant vs denture.difference

Remark

  • Secured
  • Comfort
  • Impact on other teeth
  • Reliable
  • Long lasting
  • Cost

  • Cleaning

Dental Implant

  • Dental implants are secured into your jawbone and act as a new tooth root.
  • Dental implants are fixed firmly to the gums, eliminating any risk of slippage.
  • Dental implants do not rely on adjacent teeth, eliminating this problem
  • Dental implants are the strongest, most reliable form of tooth replacement available
  • Dental implants are the life time solution. Just like your next natural teeth.
  • Dental implants may have costly than Denture initially but it is a one-time investment for life long solution.
  • Easy care and cleaning

Denture

  • Partial dentures are secured with wings to adjacent teeth.
  • Dentures can come lose, slip out of place, or fall out completely
  • Dentures depend on adjacent teeth for support which can damage your natural teeth.
  • Denture is not strongest and permanant solution. You may have to replace by new one in future.
  • Dentures can not be sustain life long. You may have to replace by new one.
  • Dentures can not be sustain life long. You may have to replace by new one.

  • Need to be removed regularly for cleaning
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