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Dentures or implants? I have a bridge for my upper teeth. I have only 3 upper teeth left. I've been told I have bone loss.

I am 67 years old. Can I get dentures? My insurance will not cover implants and I don't have enough bone for implants. Will dentures work for me? ... Visitor from Lake City FL

Since dental implants and common bone graft treatments aren't available for you, finding the "right" resource for you who can create a suitable prosthetic solution is essential.

Get a consult with a Prosthodontist who has 15-20 years experience. The skills, training and know-how of a prosthodontist far exceeds what a General or Denture Dentist can typically provide.

For some prosthodontists, your remaining three teeth can be "used as" implant devices.

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