If you are missing a good number of your teeth then you may be looking at getting dental implants or dentures. Before you decide which you would rather have, you want to learn about the advantages and disadvantages of each. This will help you come to a decision on which would work best for you.
Advantages of dentures
Disadvantages of dentures
Advantages of dental implants
Disadvantages of dental implants
Now that you have a better understanding of the benefits and risks of both dentures and dental implants, you are in a better position to choose which option is better for your dental situation. If you have any other questions, click here.Share
20 October 2015
When the bottled water craze began, I jumped on the bandwagon with everyone else who was drinking water from bottles instead of from the tap. I wasn't sure why bottled water was healthier, but I liked the taste. When I went for my next dental check-up, I had my first cavity in a while, so I had it filled and didn't think much of it. Well, I had two more during my next check-up after that, and I began trying to think of why my teeth were suddenly going bad. The only change in my habits was the switch to bottled water, so I made the switch back to tap water and my teeth began to improve. I created this blog to encourage others who have begun getting cavities suddenly to look into their changes in habits. They may find they made a change similar to mine.