For most of us, deciding to have dentures is an easy choice. Dentures will improve your smile, your ability to eat, and give a big boost to your self-confidence and self-esteem, so it makes a good bit of sense to have them. And thanks to today’s technology, they look, fit, and feel better than ever before – and still don’t cost as much as some believe. But here at Shine Dental Associates and Island Dental Associates, we know that there are a lot of different factors concerning dentures that are hard to understand and easy to overlook. That’s why we have taken the time to put together a few important things you’ll want to think about when it comes to your dentures.
• Single Office Visits – One thing that is often overlooked is whether or not the dental professional you’ll be visiting can actually accommodate you in their office without having to send you elsewhere on occasion. It’s a hassle to have to visit different locations for different procedures, and finding a provider that handles everything in one spot is important.
• Payment Options – You’ll also want to pay attention to your dental insurance and what payment plans are available. Financing is offered by the best dental practices.
Along with these two considerations, you also need to decide on whether or not you want implants or traditional dentures. Traditional dentures seem like a more affordable, easier option, but in reality they involve poor fits from time to time, the need for adhesives and special care steps, and much more. With implants, you can go through a procedure and actually have dentures that are as close to the real things as possible. It’s a better option for most.
Dentures must fit properly, and will need to be custom designed for your mouth no matter if you get traditional, removable dentures or permanent implants. That’s why so many today are moving towards the added convenience and realism that only implants can provide. These are even available as partial dentures, so no matter what your situation may be you’ll likely find that implants are a consideration worth making.
We’re ready to help you with any of your denture needs, and have served the Long Island region for years. If you need dentures, contact us today to learn more about our services and why we stand out as one of the leading providers in the area.