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The bottom doesn't fit the right side is higher up and it won't go down on my gum and they won't stay glued in, the left side will glue down and then the
I have two partials one tooth each one upper and one lower which is made from arcylic in Mexico they fit well and hold them selves in place without clamps.
Dental implants in general are considered the best way to replace missing teeth. They are fixed in your mouth so they don't need to be removed, they don't need any support from adjacent teeth, and they normally last a very long time.
However, like most things in life, dental implants are not flawless. One drawback is sometimes they will tend to catch food around them. Often times implants are used to replace teeth that have several roots, and a complicated root structure supporting the part that you chew with. Implants are essentially singled "rooted", so are sort of shaped like a lollipop. Because of this shape, it does take a little more effort to floss around them and with the additional space around the "roots", sometimes food will get caught there.
In most cases it's not a big deal, but keep in mind that nothing is perfect, and with a little practice, the additional time spent cleaning around the dental implant will be minimal and will help to ensure that it will last for many years.
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