Dental implants v. Bridges

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    zabulun
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    Hello, I am a 48 year old male, as I am need of a second opinion and I am need of full mouth restoration, 98% in implant; as I was advised by my Dentist that its recommend to get the bottom front teeth, bridged/crowned than implanted. She said that having implants on the bottom, as I will have implants on the top, might cause a collision while chewing food; considering that they are not my teeth. By having a bridge/crown on the bottom front instead will prevent this collision, as I know that the bottom front teeth that is just grinded down is mine; but supported with a bridge and a crown.
    Can please advise your comments, if what this Dentist said me actually is true.

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    JSweet
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    Hey there! What she wanted to convey was your bottom teeth need to do more functioning and has to bear a lot of pressure when chewing or talking. So, rather than opting for dental implant Los Angeles on your bottom front teeth it is advised to go for bridge and crown, as your upper teeth will be implanted and can cause collision if both are implanted. And, yeah she was pretty much correct about her opinion. Suggested is that, ask your dentist once again and get all your doubts cleared by her.

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