In a previous blog, we covered information concerning implant-supported dentures and their advantages over traditional removable dentures. Bridges, too, can be "installed" on top of a dental implant - and in fact, with the right periodontist on the job, the whole process can be completed in a single day!
The Teeth In One Day program offered by periodontist Dr. Raymond A. Kenzik at his Ormond Beach, Florida, dental office, can not only help you restore individual lost teeth in a single sitting - but it can also be used to give you a full set of teeth in the form of implant-supported permanent dentures.
In decades gone by, there were relatively few options when it came to tooth restoration. There were bridges and dentures, and if you needed dentures, they were full or partial - and that was about it.
Some half a million US adults get one or more dental implants installed every single year. And that number is growing steadily as more and more dental patients realize the value of implants as compared to other options like dentures and bridges.
Two of the most common methods of tooth restoration after suffering tooth loss are dental implants and dentures. But how do you know which option is right for you? And is it possible to have both implants and dentures?