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Benefits of Dental Implants


Diagram of a tooth replaced with a dental implantDespite innovations and improvements in the dental field, millions of people around the world suffer from tooth loss. Whether it is due to periodontal disease, tooth decay, or injury, tooth loss is more common than you think. For years, the only tooth replacement options were bridges and dentures. However, today, dental implants are one of the most popular tooth replacement choices.

What are Dental Implants?


A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that helps replace a missing tooth or teeth. An implant provides a strong and stable foundation to install crowns or bridges to replace lost teeth. Even though the choices of dental implant materials are expanding in the market, titanium implants are by far the most common choice.

Who is a Candidate for Dental Implants?


In order to be qualified as a candidate for dental implant placement, a patient needs to have good oral health along with good overall health. Moreover, they also need to have enough bone in their jaw to be able to get an implant.

Benefits of Dental Implants


When it comes to teeth replacement, there are many options. However, dental implants have proven to be more beneficial than any other tooth replacements options. Here are some dental implant benefits you need to know about.

Prevents Bone Loss


Losing teeth leads to loss of bone mass in your jaw. The jawbone requires stimulation to maintain, which it gets from your naturally connected teeth. Implants are the only tooth replacement option that not only replaces a missing tooth, but also prevents bone loss.

Restores Bite Force


Since a dental implant is anchored right into your jaw with a metal post, it gives your jaw almost the same strength as your natural teeth. As other tooth replacement options sit on top of your gums rather than being attached to your jaw, they don't restore your bite force nearly as much.

Looks Like Your Natural Teeth


Dental implants come in many shapes and sizes, but are customized according to your teeth. Usually made out of porcelain, dental implants are then color-matched to your existing teeth, allowing them to seamlessly blend in with your natural teeth.

Prevents Your Face from Changing Shape


Your teeth support the structure of your face. So when you lose teeth, you lose that support, causing your face to eventually change shape. Implants provide the same support to your face as your natural teeth, keeping it from changing shape.

Enables You to Speak Normally


Certain tooth replacement options such as dentures impact your ability to pronounce words correctly. In fact, missing teeth can also completely change the way you talk and sound. Since dental implants function just like your natural teeth, they allow you to speak normally.

No Cavity Problems


Other artificial teeth need to be cared for in order to prevent bacteria buildup that can cause infections. Dental implants, however, are made out of a material that can't decay. So you don't have to worry about getting cavities in your implants.

Easy to Care For


Dental implant care is extremely easy; you don't need any special products to clean or care for them. You simply need to brush and floss your implants just like your natural teeth.

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