Thursday, January 11, 2018

"I'll just replace the tooth when I get insurance."

I hear this quite often, and it sometimes leads to a more expensive tooth replacement. Even if you have a bone graft at the time of a tooth removal, bone will tend to be lost over time. Often this necessitates another bone graft prior to implant placement. The best time to get an implant is at the time of the tooth removal if possible. The second best time is a few months after the tooth was removed and a bone graft placed. Too often when people put off tooth replacement, months turn into years, and the replacement becomes more complex than it had to be. An implant is an investment in yourself, why not enjoy the benefits of it for the maximum amount of time and possibly save money in the long run?

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