Replace Missing Teeth & Restore Your Smile
For a long time when teeth were decaying the only option was to fill them in with bridges or dentures. Now, you have the option of dental implants. What are dental implants you ask? Simply put, they are new roots for your teeth. There are many benefits to dental implants, and we’re here to let you know what they are. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about dental implants.
First, dental implants improve your appearance. This is a huge benefit because one of the main complaints that we hear from people with missing teeth is how it impacts their appearance. Dental implants feel and look like your real teeth, and this is a permanent solution to your problem. Since dental implants are so life-like, it makes eating, speaking, and talking easier too. The last benefit that we want to highlight is that they are very convenient. As we stated before, this is a permanent solution so you will never have to take them out in an uncomfortable situation like you would with dentures.
The process of receiving dental implants is very easy. First, you have to develop a treatment plan with a professional dentist. Once your plan is set, and you understand what your best option is, you will receive a tooth root implant. This implant is placed into the socket of the missing tooth and as the jawbone heals it will lock this implant securely into your mouth. After this is complete, a post will be installed, and your new tooth will be attached to it. Now your smile will look great!
One feature that patients love about this procedure is that it is not painful. The majority of patients report that the procedure included a very limited amount of discomfort. This is because you will be anesthetized for the entirety of the procedure. Once this procedure is finished, your teeth look brand new. It is important to take care of your teeth after this procedure just as it was important to take care of them before the procedure. Dental implants should be treated as real teeth and brushing, flossing, and general oral maintenance needs to be done routinely to keep your teeth healthy.