Understanding the different types of dental implants

Nowadays, people with missing teeth have a wider variety of options for dental implants. Your dentist should advise you on which of these options is best for you.

Key takeaways:

– Endosteal implants are the most common and are for people with an adequate amount of jawbone.

– Mini-dental implants are for people with a weak or inadequate amount of jawbone and are more budget-friendly.

– Implant-supported dentures are best if you lack all your natural teeth.

– Subperiosteal implants include a frame and post being inserted, into patients with a weak jawbone.

Today’s dental implants are beautiful natural-looking replacement teeth that restore your smile. Dental implants will last a very long time if you practice good oral hygiene.

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