- Both are fixed on your jawbone and provide a comfortable experience
- Both have a permanent position and don’t slide in your mouth over time
- Both form of implants play an anchoring role for crowns and can support various teeth for bridges and crowns
- Both are durable and last a long period of time.
However, there are ways in which MDIs differ and that are
- MDIs can be inserted even if the jaw’s bone mass is less unlike traditional implants
- When there is a lesser gap that has to be filled with an implant then MDIs can be used in spots where traditional implants fail to fix
- Children or teens who have an inherited gap between their teeth gain more benefit from MDIs instead of implants
- No pain is inflicted while installing MDIs and prove to be more efficient over a longer period of time
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