“At age 80, how important is the condition of your mouth? Is it worth the investment in implants? Many of the elderly share this dilemma – especially with the rising cost of living. I made the choice to fill the gap left by three teeth in poor condition. The quality of my life has improved-no more infections to deal with and I can enjoy the food choices of my younger years.There’s nothing better than a good steak – not to mention the cosmetic advantage as well. I have witnessed contemporaries making different choices (e.g., false teeth) and being dissatisfied with the result.
I would recommend taking a long look for a good dentist to fulfill your needs. I have done so. My choice to use the Parker, Pennington and Greer dental practice has enhanced my quality of life during my senior years.”