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Teeth implants I have no insurance but need teeth implants. Is there a payment plan that won't break me.
Have 3 missing back teeth (# 11 ,12,13) Is it better to do 2 implants and 3 crowns bridge or do you need to have 3 implants ?. Cons and pros please.
Missing teeth: Although you may have 4 missing teeth this does not necessarily mean that you will require 4 dental implants. Availability of space, bone height, bone density, economics, the type of restoration desired or selected and other factors influence the number of implants placed. Nonetheless , this should be discussed between you, your restoring dentist and surgeon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: You should see a dentist who can visually examine and make the appropriate treatment recommendations. They may take photographs and do computerized imaging to show you anticipated results, prior to treatment, so that you can see if that is the type of improvement you desire. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
RCT vs Implants?: There is no pat answer to your question. Teeth treated with rct, have healthy supporting bone and gums, restored adequately and properly cared for can last a lifetime. Implanted supported crowns if well placed in healthy bone, properly restored and cared for can also last a lifetime. Both can fail in a relatively short time. Costs are often comparable. Understand what's best for each situation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lifespan: A bridge replaces a missing tooth by connecting it to the teeth on either side of the space. These supporting teeth are crowned and all are connected so it is difficult to floss and keep the teeth clean and healthy. An implant is a root replacement and the tooth is built on this. You can floss like a natural tooth so, the lifespan is much longer. ...Read more