Farragut dentist reviews the cost of full and partial dentures
Farragut area patients faced with extraction or loss of teeth are often uncertain about how to restore their smiles. Dr. Pablo Foncea and his team of professionals at Sequoyah Dental Arts encourage patients to learn about restorative options available to them. The primary ways in which patients can rejuvenate their smiles after tooth loss include dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants. All of these are great ways to restore appearance and function to the smile, though there isn’t one that is best for every patient. Patients need to work closely with a dentist they trust who reviews with them the benefits and disadvantages of each to help them make an educated decision regarding their smiles.
Dr. Pablo Foncea reviews with patients the cost and benefits of dentures before they make a decision. At Sequoyah Dental Arts, we believe patients should be part of the decision-making process and should make choices based on their specific desires. Not everyone is a proper candidate for dentures, but many patients who are choose them because they are economical in comparison to the alternatives. Some patients also enjoy the ability to remove their teeth for easy cleaning and care.
Dentures often cost less than bridges and dental implants, but this doesn’t make them inferior. Dentures are covered by many dental insurance companies, which encourage patients to make the decision to go with dentures over the alternatives, especially when the budget is tight. Dentures come in two types – partial dentures and full dentures, and the cost for each will vary, depending on how many teeth are being replaced, the quality of the materials, and insurance coverage.
Dr. Pablo Foncea and his team of professionals welcome patients in and around the Farragut and Knoxville areas to learn about the ways in which dentures can repair the function and aesthetics of the smile. Contact our team of professionals at Sequoyah Dental Arts today, whether you are an existing patient or a new one.
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