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When it comes to teeth replacement King of Prussia patient there are a variety of treatment options. Depending on the patient’s particular preferences, needs, budget and oral health, the dentists of Plymouth Valley Dental Group will recommend one or more of the following treatments.
Dental implants are growing in popularity for teeth replacement in King of Prussia. This is for several reasons. As the technology and methods for dental implants have evolved, they have become a more reliable option; longer lasting and safer than ever before. This type of treatment is highly recommended for those patients with a sufficient amount of healthy jaw bone. While dental implants are more costly, they are also more reliable and cost effective for long term. They also allow healthy bone to continue to be stimulated and maintain its shape and structure unlike the other options described below.
Fixed bridges are comprised of one or more artificial teeth that are anchored into the space resulting from missing teeth by using the surrounding healthy teeth as end points or anchors. This is done by first preparing the healthy teeth, which requires that they be cut down and then suspending the artificial teeth from the prepared teeth into the space between. This is an effective teeth replacement King of Prussia option that patients choose regularly. This treatment is effective for replacing one or several missing teeth, providing a practical and cosmetic fix. The downside to this option is that fixed bridges normally need to be replaced every 10 to 12 years. As a result of the initial procedure or a later fix, teeth become more exposed to nerve damage and further problems that may need treatment.
Dentures are an attractive option for some patients because of their versatility. Dentures have the ability to replace from one to an entire set of missing teeth. Partial dentures are held in place by surrounding healthy teeth while full dentures need to be supported by the remaining gum ridge and bone or fixed in place by suction. Dentures provide a cosmetic fix but are not the most ideal option for those patients wishing to receive artificial teeth that work and feel just like natural teeth. Dentures also fail to stimulate the jaw bone, which can lead to bone decay resulting in further problems.