Alternatives to false teeth

Alternatives to false teeth

Alternatives to false teeth? Treatments can affect your life and dental health

There are two main alternatives to false teeth. Are you a patient faced with the possibility of having false teeth in the form of a bridge or denture? Many patients can become distressed with the prospect of living with false teeth for the rest of their lives. Apart from the detrimental effects to your long term dental health. You will also have to cope with the inconvenience and often uncomfortable feeling of having a foreign object in your mouth. As a result you may have speech difficulties and problems with eating certain foods. Consequently and in the worst case scenario some people can suffer from a poorly balanced diet.

alternatives to false teeth

Problems with false teeth

Missing teeth results in bone being “re-absorbed”, loosing this bone can change your facial aesthetics in the long term (hollow cheeks)

Eating certain foods can become difficult with false teeth, in the worst cases people can suffer from a poorly balanced diet

False teeth can sometimes take a long time to get used to; it does not feel natural to have a bridge or denture in your mouth. Some people suffer with speech problems. The alternatives to false teeth such as dental implants can solve these problems.

General loss of confidence and self esteem, they can make you feel older than your actually are.

This is an example of removable dental bridgework which is held in place by two metal clasps. As you can image this may be uncomfortable to wear in your mouth. Furthermore it can have a negative impact on the surrounding teeth and gums.

Dental Implants solve many of the problems associated with false teeth

Although dental implants are more expensive, they will cost you less than false teeth in the long run. Above all is a greatly improved quality of life. They are more comfortable than false teeth and offer improvements to your health and general dental condition. Dental implants are a great alternative to false teeth and will give you the confidence to smile, eat and talk with more comfort. A dental implant can replace missing teeth without affecting bordering teeth and can provide support for a partial denture or crown and bridge work. Although a dental implant may cost you more financially in the short term you can expect to benefit from the following.

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A four unit bridge supported by three implants can result in a great smile and allow you to eat and speak with confidence.

A dental implant can provide a strong and stable foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel and function just like natural teeth.

A dental implant will help to preserve the condition of healthy adjacent teeth by eliminating the use of clasps and the need to grind down adjacent teeth for support

Stimulate bone and gum tissue, which will result in an attractive and aesthetic result.

Dental implants will allow you to eat and speak with confidence.  Enjoy the foods you like to eat and don’t feel self conscious when you talk. 

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False teeth alternative implant treatment - We are here to support you.

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There are many treatment options to replace you old false teeth with a more healthy and functional solution for your missing teeth. The Birmingham Periodontal and Implant Centre can advise patients on how to keep their natural teeth as long as possible.
You general dental health is our primary concern and we will only carry out treatments that are in your best interest.

You will receive individual advice, tailored to guide you in the best approach to good dental health and hygiene. We take time to discuss fully the options available for any treatment you may require. Our aim is to make your visits with our team as pleasant as possible. We understand how each patient’s comfort is an integral part of top quality dental care. By listening to your questions and concerns regarding your dental health, we are caring and skilled to help provide the best solutions

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Andy orr
Andy orr
Jan 5, 2013 02:52

I haven’t any of my
Own teeth and haven’t for the last twenty five
Years is it possible to have implants ?

Craig884
Craig884
Dec 31, 2012 03:30

I have a pallet on the top and some good teeth on bottom but I hate my pallet when I first had it fitted it felt ok but know it falls out and it’s embarrassing when your eating out and your teeth come loose. So I’ve got to find a way of getting implants or some better fixture, I’m tending to be more conscious when out with friends and always watching what I can eat safely
Any advice would be appreciated.

Sixtimechamps08
Sixtimechamps08
Dec 29, 2012 21:50

My teeth are all breaking at the gumline. I only have my 2 front teeth on the upper left the rest are stubs. My lower are better but there starting to break too. What is the procedure I need

MartinDavies1302
MartinDavies1302
Sep 10, 2012 08:32

Hi
My teeth are in a bad condition lost a few have a plate in can you still have implants with no teeth