Implant or denture? Let’s search for the best method of filling gaps left by missing teeth.
Until we lose one of our permanent teeth, we don't realise how much dentition affects our daily comfort, well-being and health. The lack of teeth quickly ceases to be only an aesthetic problem. It turns into a series of other complaints - problems with eating, maintaining proper oral hygiene, occlusion, temporomandibular joints, headaches or jaw pain. There's only one solution: to fill the gap left by lost teeth with something. However, there are several options, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages.
What should you know before your first appointment at our practice?
At our practice, we favour a comprehensive approach to treatment. We want every patient to obtain a full picture of the situation. Dental check-ups at WDA are very thorough and based on full diagnostics. Would you like to know what this is all about? We encourage you to read the entire article.
Periodontitis – the most common periodontal disease.
Periodontology is a branch of dentistry that deals with diagnosing and treating diseases and problems of the periodontium, as well as of the tissues surrounding the tooth and located directly by it.