Your Clear Choice for Permanent Teeth

When you shop for a car, for a house or any other personal investment, you make comparisons.  Comparisons are the only way to make a clear choice in your final decision.  Find out why, when choosing permanent teeth over implants, you should be aware of the differences.

Permanent Teeth over Implants

It’s difficult to account for the personal choices people make, but when you have loose or missing teeth, “permanence” is probably the best option you can hear!

Various types of dental implants are on the market.  One option is individually implanted teeth; those with each tooth having their own individual post implanted into the jaw.  This system is the optimum when replicating the natural tooth system of each tooth having its own strong root.

Then there are full-set permanent teeth over implants whereby plates of teeth are fastened to a number of posts in the upper and lower parts of the jaw.  This is where very important differences can occur.

When choosing full mouth tooth replacement, the idea of having a permanent prosthesis that can eventually fail you is a crucial difference.  Let’s clarify.  If you have a permanent arch of teeth attached to a maximum of 4 implant studs, the failure of one stud can cause the entire system to fail.  Your permanent teeth are no longer permanent!

On the other hand, a prosthesis that offers 6 studs on the top arch and 5 studs on the bottom arch means no chance of the system failing.  Your permanent teeth will surely be permanent.  No need to get permanent prosthesis replaced again and again.  The old adage that applies here is “strength in numbers”.  Do the math!  If you were hanging from a cliff, would you want 4 people hoisting you or 11?  The choice is clear!

The Clear Choice is Rotem Dental Care

For full mouth permanent teeth replacement, Rotem Dental Care is definitely the clear choice!

Dr. Ron Rotem has been using his permanent tooth replacement method for 20 years in Ocean County.  Dr. Rotem takes a personal stake in the success of your permanent teeth over implants.  He and his staff know the importance of secure tooth replacement for your overall feeling of comfort and security in your daily life.

If you need full mouth permanent teeth and are considering dental implants, do your homework.  The benefits of getting it right the first time are long term.  Choosing to go the “rush route” can be hasty and costly in the long run.

Make the clear choice today and visit Rotem Dental Care.  You’ll be glad you did!