If you only have $10,000 and no teeth, what is best option for replacement?
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Best option for teeth replacment
Although you can have an implant supportive over denture with just two implants and a removal prosthesis, I feel that due to how young you are that it would be wise to consider either financing or saving up for the All-on-4 procedure. The two implant over denture idea will give you retention but not as much stability. The All-on-4 will give you both retention and stability.
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With $10,000, you should be able to find a solution which may or may not involve implants. In my opinion, you have to be selective on the office that you choose...not all dentures are created equal and not all dentists do dentures well. A well fitting denture will limit the instability that you have, support your face, lips and muscles as well as be able to function. I have no idea how much bone loss you have, but if it is significant, you may be able to have some mini implants placed on the lower arch to help with retention. These are not ideal, but may work well in your case given the need for both new dentures and possibly some added retention.Search for Fountain of Youth dentures and you will find dentists that are experienced in creating fantastic dentures that maximize retention and facial esthetics.
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