Have Weak Teeth? 3 Solutions to Fix the Problem
- Posted on: Jun 15 2017
Having a perfect smile doesn’t always come naturally— especially as you age. By losing bone density because of things like hormone changes or a lack of calcium, many patients over the age of 60 starts to notice weakened teeth. If you have started to notice that your teeth aren’t as strong as they used to be, you may want to consider a variety of treatments including dentures, a dental bridge, or All-On 4 implants. To help you decide which one is more suitable for you and your individual needs, we have created a brief article. Read on to learn more.
The concept of artificial teeth has been around for centuries and date back all the way to around 700 BC. And although technology has changed and enhanced the science behind artificial teeth, dentures are the closest things to the originals. Whether you choose partial or complete dentures, they can help you get back your smile in no time. If you need a full set of teeth, dentures may be one of your best options.
If you have a gap between your teeth because of a few missing ones, then a dental bridge may be the perfect solution. By literally bridging the gap between your teeth, a dental bridge will give you back your appearance and your ability to chew at the same time.
All-On 4 Implants
As one of the procedures that Dr. Leslie H. Sultan specializes in, All-On 4 implants can give patients great results. These dental fixtures involve using four dental implants to anchor a permanent bridge onto. If you are sick of wearing dentures or just aren’t as happy with them, then these may be a great option for you.
If your teeth are weakened and brittle due to hormone changes or age, then you may want to consider dentures, a dental bridge, or All-On 4 implants. To learn more about these unique, individual procedures contact Dr. Leslie H. Sultan’s office today!
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