The process of losing teeth can lead to emotional distress, reduced confidence, and have an overall negative impact on your quality of life. However, there are effective methods to replicate natural teeth, allowing you to enjoy your life as you did before suffering teeth loss. Dental implants are an incredible teeth replacement solution because they are made to last and look and feel like natural teeth. They are often regarded as the superior dental restoration solution for a number of reasons.
What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are a high-quality replacement solution, designed to act and feel like the natural teeth. These posts is made of Surgical-Grade Titanium to support Dental Prosthesis. Together, they mimic the natural teeth in fit, function, and appearance.
Benefits of dental implants
Close similarity to natural teeth
Dental implants allow patients to enjoy their lives as they would have before tooth loss. By replacing the entire teeth and root, the dental implants closely replicates the function and fit of a natural teeth. These implants mimics natural teeth, restoring full chewing power and the appearance of your smile. Most patients cannot tell the difference between a dental implants and their natural teeth.
Eliminate the worry of Movement (Removable non-Dental Implant Supported dentures)
Dentures can slip and slide around as you eat, speak, laugh or yawn. With dental implants, there’s no need to worry about a removable denture that may move or loosen . You will be able to bite naturally, without worrying about your denture movement.
Built to last
Dental implants are a long-term solution made to last a lifetime if they are properly maintained. A dental bridge on natural teeth usually lasts up to 10 years or bit more with proper care, but dental implants can last an entire lifetime.
Preventing bone loss
The jaw bone under your teeth needs stimulation from the tooth root to prevent deterioration and loss of bone. The dental implants are the only dental restoration solution that can even stimulate the jawbone to encourage bone growth and prevent further bone loss.
Prevents the shifting of natural teeth
Empty spaces in your mouth can cause adjacent teeth to gradually shift towards the gap, causing a variety of complications. The shift in your teeth can affect your bite, cause jaw pain and headaches, and restrict your ability to chew food properly. Without replacing the tooth, the adjacent teeth will become crooked and misaligned, allowing plaque and bacteria to live in new hiding spots that emerge.
Protects adjacent teeth
Replacing missing teeth with dental bridges requires grinding down adjacent teeth to support and attach the bridge. With partial dentures, there are clamps that hook into teeth, which if not planned properly can cause pressure that may damage or loosen adjacent teeth. With dental implants, your natural, adjacent teeth won’t need to be damaged or impacted.
While a solution like dental bridges or dentures may seem economical at first, dental implants are the superior option for a teeth replacement. Because dental implants generally last significantly longer and require less or no repair, they may cost you less in the long run. In addition to saving you money down the road, the design and function of dental implants allow patients to enjoy life as they would before suffering teeth loss.