dentures or implants ?? which is best

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by startinghandle, Nov 12, 2017 at 9:45 PM.

  1. colhonk

    colhonk Member

    Location:
    Darlington
    50p at charity shop:LOL:
     
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  2. Weasel

    Weasel Member

    Location:
    in the hills
    What's best???
     
  3. DrWazzock

    DrWazzock Member

    Location:
    Lincolnshire
    Dad got a framework with some teeth on it made up by some Romanians in the NHS dental practice. It cost a lot and was useless.

    He is better off without it eating with just the few teeth he has left.
     
  4. David.

    David. Member

    Location:
    J11 M40
    Like a broken mouthed ewe, I reckon better off with none at all than with only a few.
     
  5. Deutzdx3

    Deutzdx3 Member

    Trouble with no teeth or a few is the jaw bone recedes and can go to the point where it's liable to fractures. Teeth keep the jaw in place and vice versa.
     
  6. gatepost

    gatepost Member

    Location:
    Cotswolds
    Well this is a cheery line, most of mine have been root done, now have gaps and the dentists reckon I am past the implant stage, so on balance, if you have the finance and it's not too late, implant. It looks as if, eventually I will have to wake up facing my teeth.
     
  7. What was reason for not get the implant.......thinning of the jawbone.
    Its not a big deal to get the bone width increased with a bone graft........was that suggested to you..?
     
  8. Mrtwhite59

    Mrtwhite59 Member

    Location:
    Medway Kent
    I had really bad upper front teeth every morning I would have to straighten them by twisting them .i had not been able to eat an apple or a crusty roll for years
    So I decided to go to a private dentist and within six weeks I had the best investment I have ever made it was a ceramic bridge seven years later it is still solid not given me a minutes problem
     
  9. Kidds

    Kidds Member

    Location:
    Warrington
    I never have an injection when having treatment, including root canal work. Different people are sensitive to different things, I just reckoned if I needed the treatment the nerves were probably dead anyway.

    Sounds very brave but I have an overwhelming dread of going to the dentists, I will suffer toothache for months before going even though I know I will end up there.
    Even a simple checkup is a nightmare.
     
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  10. I broke my two front teeth playing football in the snow on a tarmac tennis court in the snow when I was 11. Had some sort of bridge until I was nearly 18 then had various bridges with pegs or screws to hold them
    In place but they kept breaking so I’ve now got a plate that cost the best part of £300, keep looking/thinking about having implants but the cost puts me off.
     
  11. Woolgatherer

    Woolgatherer Member

    Location:
    Angus
    I nearly need an anaesthetic to walk into the dentist in the first place
     
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  12. smcapstick

    smcapstick Member

    Location:
    Kirkby Lonsdale
    If you save up for a while, you can buy the tits AND the teeth.
     
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  13. Woolgatherer

    Woolgatherer Member

    Location:
    Angus
    By then everything else will have either sagged or dropped off....
     
  14. nick...

    nick... Member

    Location:
    south norfolk
    Most of us are the same if the truth is known
    Nick...
     

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