Are Implants Expensive?
Bridges or dentures are often seen as a low-cost and convenient solution to missing teeth but they generally need replacing every 5-10 years, and can actually cost more over a lifetime of treatment than implants. With proper cleaning and care, an implant will likely last a lifetime. For bridge, adjacent teeth must be filed down to make room for the necessary hardware, causing irreparable damage. Denture wearers also often complain of discomfort, pain, and bad breath. The clasps they utilize to stay in place can compromise the health of neighboring teeth and eventually cause them to fall out.
How do I Care for Dental Implants?
Dental implants require the same care as real teeth, including brushing, flossing, rinsing with an antibacterial mouthwash, and regular dental check-ups.
I do not Want to Wait for 2-3 Months. May I Use My False Teeth with Dental Implants?
Yes. With the help of mini dental implant technology, existing removable or fixed prothesis can be used adapted to implants after operation.