Dental Implants

Benefits Of Dental Implants Over Other Tooth Replacement Options

New and improved look

Dental implants appear similar to that of your own teeth. Since they are built to merge with bony structures, they do not stay temporarily but rather become permanent. By wearing dental implants, you will be able to regain your confidence because you are assured that your implant will be positioned properly at the spot where the original tooth was previously.

Enhanced speech

Dentures that don’t fit well can lead to mumbling or slurring of speech. Unlike dentures, you don’t have to worry about losing  your  false teeth which is really an embarrassing experience.  With dental implants your tooth is mounted surgically into your mandible or “jawbone”  You can confidently initiate a conversation with your family and friends.

Optimum oral health

If dentures are poorly-fitted, they might cause oral infaction, causing the spread of tooth decay to other healthy teeth. Dental implants, however, are ideal for those people with one or two teeth missing and that don’t have the need of reducing nearby teeth as in tooth-supported fixed bridges. Most of your teeth will be left intact optimizing dental health.

Higher resiliency

Dental implants, compared to false teeth, can last longer. They can stay for up to 20 years without having the need for a replacement. With dental implants you are sure that your money is invested well, instead of experiencing the discomforts brought about by dentures.

Implant Procedure

Although there have been many discoveries and inventions brought about by technological advancement, people all over the globe still suffer from loss of tooth because of gum disease, injuries, and dental caries. People have long-searched for something that could improve their self-confidence.

Dental implants have emerged as a solution to gaps in between teeth that are already beyond repair.  Instead of replacing natural teeth with the traditional solution of dentures and bridges, people are now embracing the thought of having dental implants. Implants are a permanent solution and give a natural appearance.

Recovery after the placement of dental implants depends on the procedures done in treating your condition. It is strongly advised to continue caring for your oral cavity in order to secure the correct fusion of the bone and the implant. Discomfort like swollen gums and minimal bleeding are expected so the dentist will prescribe analgesics to help control the pain that you will experience following the procedure.