Dental Implants vs. Partial Dentures

Dental Implants vs. Partial Dentures

Fixing a missing or damaged tooth requires dental attention—there’s no way around it. There are two main options for those who are missing a tooth or multiple teeth: dental implants or partial dentures. Request an appointment with us and we’ll help you evaluate the best option based on:

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Short- and long-term costs

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Request an appointment using the form on this page, or by clicking the button below to call our office. Temple Family Dentistry accepts insurance, and offers financing through Care Credit. Se habla Español.

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Meet Dr. Dan DeRosa

Dr. Dan DeRosa assumed ownership of Temple Family Dentistry in May 2018. He has worked hard to make this practice his own while continuing to provide the high-quality care that his patients had come to expect over the years. Dr. Dan continues his learning through continuing education courses on topics from oral pathology and root canals, to dental implants and more. Dr. Dan and the entire team at Temple Family Dentistry are passionate about providing quality dental care to families and individuals. Temple Family Dentistry accepts insurance, offers flexible payment plans through CareCredit financing, and in-office membership plans. Se habla Español.