Good Dental Care When One Has Poor Credit

Many of today’s innovative dental care solutions are costly. They require experience and precision from an entire team, including sophisticated laboratory support to ensure results that both look and function like natural teeth. 

When dental disease is widespread, dentures may serve as an appropriate stepping-stone. They are significantly less costly (yet undoubtedly less functional) than fixed teeth. The removal of decayed teeth will improve the health of the mouth. This allows the dentures serve as placeholders until more stable technology becomes affordable. The “All-On-4” dental implant protocol is the least costly option to build a smile on dental implants and can be accomplished one arch at a time. It can also be upgraded later.

Additionally, Pi Dental Center makes prosthetic teeth using of various materials, some less costly than others. Furthermore, the Pi Dental Center team explores all options in consultation with our patients to make treatment affordable for those who desire it. Call Pi Dental Center to discuss financing dental implants, dentures, and dental restoration. Prioritize your smile!

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  1. Kenya Kidd says

    thanks for posting! This message give me hope as I work in the public eye and everyday, I’ve became very accustomed speaking to people with my hand “somewhat” covering my mouth. If there’s a dentist that is willing provide pro-bono services…i can drive/fly/bus to their facilities…thanks for your article. Ms. Kenya Kidd ..who misses smiling 🙁

  2. Aliza Britney says

    You are posting an important Dental treatment servicing article. Thank you for posting your quality Treatment. I already like your facebook page.
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    Aliza Britney
    “Invisalign New York City”

  3. Shauna Blackhurst says

    Great article. I agree that dental implants would be a very wise option to choose. dental implants will last a long time and be effective in creating a beautiful smile.

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