5 Reasons People Choose Dental Implants

Dental implants are often the preferred choice amongst patients who are missing one or more teeth. Dental implants offer a permanent solution when teeth are missing and the entire process is one that can only take a few short weeks. This popular dental procedure is able to fill in the gap of a lost tooth, preventing the surrounding teeth from moving and shifting. The teeth moving into the available spot can easily lead to additional dental problems.

If you are someone who is currently missing one or more teeth, understand that getting implants can help restore your smile, too. Implants are not only necessary when teeth are missing, they are also a dental procedure that can help restore your smile.

What exactly are dental implants?

A dental implant requires the dentist to insert a tiny titanium screw into the jawbone, which over time will fuse together with the jawbone. A crown is placed over the screw, which is custom made in order to match the rest of the teeth. The crown has now become a permanent fixture in the mouth and does not require any additional or special care.

Dental implant wearers do not have to worry about avoiding certain foods. There is no other upkeep necessary than regular brushing and flossing. Dental patients who are trying to avoid wearing dentures can benefit from having us install dental implants.

Five reasons people choose dental implants

Below are five reasons why people are now choosing dental implants when they are missing one or more teeth.

1. Dental implants are natural looking

We customize dental implants so they are able to perfectly blend in with the rest of the teeth. The dental implants give off a natural appearance so people will not notice anything unusual about them unless the individual with the implant says something.

2. Dental implants do not require any special dental care

Implants simply require the same care as the rest of the teeth. Thus, patients will not have to go out of their way or drastically change a nightly routine.

3. Dental implants are a permanent solution to a missing tooth problem

After installing the dental implant, there is no need for any additional dental procedures. In many cases, patients will not need much professional treatment for the dental implant in the years to come, beside refurbishment.

4. Dental Implants can help prevent bone loss

Since we attach the implant to the jawbone, the stimulation it needs can continue, which helps to prevent any future bone loss.

5. There are no food restrictions

Implant wearers are able to enjoy eating any foods that they want to eat. Dental implants act as regular teeth and do not require complex restrictions on one's daily diet, so long as one keeps up proper dental hygiene.

Regular dental care

While there are many reasons for why someone may be a missing a tooth or teeth, tooth decay is one of the top reasons. It simply cannot be stressed enough how essential regular brushing and flossing are to one's good oral health. Our teeth are meant to last a lifetime, but only with the proper care and regular trips to the dentist office.

If you are currently missing any teeth and getting dental implants sounds like something you would be interested in, we invite you to contact us now for more information.

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