Implant Supported Dentures - Smithfield, NC

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The War on Dentures vs Implants: Which One Is Best for You?

Dental Implants Provide the Longest-Lasting Option

According to the American Dental Association, it’s common for adults aged 20 to 64 to have three or more decayed or missing teeth. Tooth loss can negatively impact your chewing and nutrition and lead to declining oral health and function. Even a single missing tooth can cause loss of bone and shifting of surrounding teeth, while the spaces can harbor bacteria and cause a gum infection that can spread to other parts of the body if left untreated. If you have many failing and missing teeth or wear dentures, you’ve likely felt uncomfortable or embarrassed in social situations and experienced functional issues. When you receive dental implants in Smithfield, NC, they’ll provide the ability to live a healthy, confident life.

Comparing Fixed Teeth Vs. Removable

If you have missing teeth, Dr. Bill Scruggs & Dr. Anthony Gragg can replace them with fixed or removable solutions. Traditional dentures only replace the part of your tooth visible above the gum line. While dentures can help you resume a more varied diet and smile confidently, the underlying root structure is still missing. As such, dentures can’t prevent bone loss and often slip, click and fall out, which can lead to problems speaking and potentially embarrassing situations at every meal. In addition, traditional dentures require messy adhesives and need to be removed at night for cleaning. Implant supported dentures in Smithfield, NC provide far greater stability and can be designed in a removable version as an overdenture or as a fixed option. With both implant supported dentures and full-mouth dental implants, a titanium post is inserted into your jawbone that assumes the role of the natural tooth root to provide strong and stable support for the prosthesis. Dental implants stimulate bone growth, prevent changes to your facial structure and reduce the risk of decay and gum disease caused by bacteria accumulating on teeth exposed by empty spaces.

Implant supported dentures require as few as two implants per arch, while full mouth dental implants generally require a minimum of four to six implants per arch. Our implant dentist will decide how many implants you need based on the health of your underlying bone and the type of full arch protocol you’re receiving. At Smile Solution Dental Implant Center, our customized full mouth dental implants restore over 98% of natural oral function. Your new, precision-crafted teeth will look and feel like healthy natural teeth, enable you to eat without limitations, as well as talk, laugh and smile confidently! If you’re undecided, we encourage you to consider all these options by comparing their benefits, average longevity and costs. When you’re ready, schedule a consultation with Dr. Bill Scruggs & Dr. Anthony Gragg to receive an evaluation and personalized treatment plan.

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Implant Care from an Experienced Team

At Smile Solution Dental Implant Center, we offer different tooth replacement option under one roof, using high-quality technology and materials to achieve the best possible outcomes. Dr. Bill Scruggs & Dr. Anthony Gragg has extensive training and experience placing full mouth dental implants and a passion for helping patients achieve healthy smiles through extraordinary care, from the first consultation to final restoration. We don’t believe a “one-size-fits-all” approach is ever the best option, therefore we only offer customized solutions. Your treatment plan is tailored to fit your unique health, smile and functional needs, as well as your financial budget. Full arch dental implants in Smithfield, NC will permanently restore your vitality, health and quality of life.

Dental implant surgeries at Smile Solution Dental Implant Center are fully guided, which means we use a customized guide that fits over your gums to place dental implants in pre-determined areas of your jawbone with the densest bone. Your implant surgery will be precise and predictable, whether you’re getting a removable overdenture or fixed full mouth dental implants. This technique coupled with sedation options, enable our team to deliver more efficient and comfortable dental implant surgery. If necessary, we can often perform tooth extractions and bone grafting during the same surgical visit. You’ll leave our office with natural-looking temporary teeth that you’ll wear during the healing period. It takes three to six months for dental implants to fuse with your underlying bone in a process called osseointegration. When you receive your final prosthesis, you’ll enjoy a fully renewed smile that can last a lifetime!

Our financial coordinator can assist you in applying for dental financing and help you secure a personalized payment plan that fits your budget.

Invest in Your Future Quality of Life

When you consider full arch dental implants are the only permanent tooth replacement solution to replace many missing teeth, it’s wise to think of them as a long-term investment in your health. To make the cost of your treatment affordable, we offer third-party dental financing. Applying for financing is fast and easy and provides you with a monthly payment plan that fits your budget. With financing, virtually all patients who desire this life-changing treatment can afford it without the burden of financial worry. Enjoy a new life with implant supported dentures or full mouth dental implants in Smithfield, NC!

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