Benefits of Dental Implants vs. Bridges for Bay Area Patients Explained in New Blog Post, Announces San Francisco Bay Area Dental Center

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San Francisco Dental Implant Center, a leading provider of affordable dental implants to Bay Area residents, is pleased to announce the release of an instructive blog post on the question of “dental implants vs bridges”. The company is a leader in providing quality, affordable dental implants to residents of the Bay Area.

San Francisco Bay Area - Dental Implants vs. a Dental Bridge
Dental implants are the modern alternative.

San Francisco Dental Implant Center, a leading provider of affordable dental implants to Bay Area residents, is pleased to announce the release of an instructive blog post on the question of “dental implants vs bridges”. This informative blog post examines the issue of patient choice in the matter of either getting dental implants or having a bridge put in, in relation to affordability and longevity.

“Patients can be perplexed as to the right course of action, after hearing non-expert advice from friends or family,” explained Dr. Alex Rabinovich, owner of San Francisco Dental Implant Center. “Our blog this month focuses on how knowledge of current dental technology and practice can let patients make an informed choice on dental implants vs a bridge. Of course each patient is required to have an in-person consultation, as no two patient diagnoses are the same.”

For more information on dental implant choices, go to http://sfdentalimplants.com/ and visit the website and blog. There, one can read the pros and cons of dental implants vs. bridges, and realize how antiquated bridges are for today’s technologically savvy Bay Area residents. The first blog post in this series can be found at http://www.sfdentalimplants.com/?p=733.

Dental Implants Vs. a Bridge: Choosing for the Long Term

The most important thing for the patient to understand when choosing between dental implants and a bridge is that the latter option runs the risk of sacrificing two “good” teeth to save one “bad” tooth. The two teeth adjacent to the are used to support the bad tooth, but their long-term health may be compromised. In the case of a dental implant, the bad tooth is simply replaced. So a bridge might be viewed as a case of “one step forwards, two steps back. Is this trade-off worth making? Patients must also factor in considerations of immediate costs versus further costs that might be incurred down the road. This can be confusing, so patients are encourage to contact San Francisco Dental Implant Center for a no-cost consultation.

About San Francisco Dental Implant Center

San Francisco Dental Implant Center, under the direction of Dr. Alex Rabinovich, focuses on the placement and restoration of dental implants, making its team among the most experienced in the Bay Area. Dr. Rabinovich is a Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon specializing in the field of dental implants. This additional training, along with his years of experience, sets Alex Rabinovich MD DDS apart from the growing number of general dentists offering dental implant treatments.

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San Francisco Dental Implant Center, Media Relations
Web: http://www.sfdentalimplants.com/
Email: info(at)sfdentalimplants(dot)com
Tel. (415) 992-9188

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