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FAQ:  Dentures or Implants?


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Question:
I'm 44 years old and am missing a number of upper and lower teeth due to poor dental work.

I also have a crown on one of my upper front teeth. I don't think I can afford as many implants as I probably need, so are dentures a good option for somebody my age? ... Visitor from CA

Answer:
Full arches of teeth can be replaced with as few as two dental implants.

Consult with a prosthodontist to learn more about the latest advances in prosthetic dentistry and what specific options exist for you. I suspect you will have a menu of options to choose from.

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