Bridges/Implants Vs Dentures by Cancun Periodontist

After demystifying dental implants a Cancun implantologist differentiates dentures from dental bridges and implants. A missing teeth is not only unpleasant to look at but poses considerable danger to the neighboring teeth as well. You run the risk of misalignment of the remaining teeth and possibly developing periodontal gum disease.



Narration – “When you have bridges supported on natural tooth, so important is…you have to work the tooth that is using like a support. That’s a problem in many cases because you’re needing some kind of…treatment and your prognosis in long term is not as well as if you don’t work those.


If you’re doing this treatment, you are having many many problems like fractures or … problems and versus we have the normal prosthesis that is supported on implants. So, you don’t have to use a natural teeth-like support. And the patient is not only more comfortable but also in a long term we have observe a very high success rate in those kind of patients.”


A bridge should last good 10 years provided you take good care of it. Like regular teeth, a bridge too should be brushed and flossed. A bridge is non-removable. On the other hand, a denture is a removable prosthesis which makes its cleaning a time-consuming and cumbersome process. Dentures could also become ill-fitting over time. Comparatively, a bridge employs dental implants which ensure that a bridge stays where it’s supposed to stay 1 year or 10 years after the surgery.  Implants could be immediately loaded, i.e. the patients can walk out with a smile since a bridge can be placed on same day of the surgery.


If you’re wondering about alternatives of immediate load in Mexico, an interview with Mexican dentist  will dispel all the doubts. And if you’re worried about how a dental treatment plan is made in Cancun clinic, rest assured that it is comparable to the best in what the world of dentistry has to offer.


Medical-Trip facilitates high-quality dental bridges and dentures in Cancun, Mexico. For more information, submit the estimate-request form on the right.