Dental Implants vs Dental Bridges

No comments

Dental Implants vs Dental Bridges

Losing a tooth can have a noteworthy impact on the appearance of your smile and can create many functional issues. When fixing your smile, dental implants and dental bridges are two procedures that are often used.

If you’ve been looking for long lasting solution to missing teeth, it’s essential to understand the treatment options that are available to you.

The Main Differences

If you are confused whether to go for implants or dental bridges, we can help you by providing information about dental implant prices, how long the procedure will last, and our recommendation for choosing the best and most long-lasting dental treatment.

Dental Implants

The average cost of dental implants depends on the number of tooth being replaced. If you are restoring a tooth, the cost of the implant placement and restoration with abutment and crown will almost be equal or lower than a bridge, making dental implants the most cost effective and long lasting solution.

Dental Bridge

Dental bridges requires adjacent teeth to be “cut down” to be fitted with a crown even if they are healthy. With dental implants, only the tooth that needs restoration will be affected.

With bridges, the bone density can reduce in the area that has no tooth. Dental implants fuse with the jawbone, helping increase bone health and reinforcing jaw strength.

In the long-term, an implant restoration is more cost effective and reliable, it’s now the standard of care whenever a tooth is missing.

With dental bridges you have crowns placed over two teeth and is more likely that the tooth supporting the bridge can decay, causing the gums to gradually diminish around the bridge.

This enables us to recommend dental bridges as a better replacement for our patients because it provides a stronger and long lasting structure.

MEET THE PRACTICE

Hyatt Dental provides comprehensive dental care at their Houston practice. To learn more about preventing tooth sensitivity or to schedule an appointment, feel free to contact us today!

Call: (832) 232-5353

hyattdental_ro0qwbDental Implants vs Dental Bridges