One tooth replacement option is as good as the next, right? Not exactly. It all depends on your dental goals and budget. Our Royal Oak dental office gives patients durable and lifelike replacement teeth using both dentures and implants.

But there is an important difference between these two treatments. Dentures rest on the gums, as you probably already know, while dental implants are placed into the bone. The dental implants, being made of titanium, actually merge with the jawbone. When it comes to dentures and dental implants in terms of strength and stability, dental implants is clearly superior. Implant nearly function like the root of your natural teeth.

Just take a look at the images below. You’ll see exactly how implants look and function.

If you have missing teeth, you need a replacement that is suitable for you. Our dental professionals are happy to sit down with you to discuss your options and dental goals. Give us a call today at 248-712-1522 (Royal Oak) 248-963-1969 (New Hudson) to learn more.

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