What is a Dental Implant?
Dental Implants are a new method of dealing with problems associated with tooth decay, gingivitis and injury. Dental care is extremely important for millions of Americans who suffer tooth loss. Bridges and dentures were the main solution for this problem, yet in recent years, dental implants are widely available. Dental implants are replacement roots for teeth. They can provide a strong fixed foundation that are created specifically to match natural teeth.
What are the advantages?
Dental implants provide an array of advantages to people who get them. The implants look and feel like natural teeth. They are infused with bone so they create an improved appearance for users. Additionally, they provide improved speech function compared to other methods of fixing decayed teeth. Dentures can slip, causing mumbling or slurring of words. Implants provide the stability of knowing that they will not slip. With permanent structures, there is improved comfort for the user. Eating becomes easier because the implants are non-slip. They create confidence without any pain. With all of the above advantages comes increased self-esteem. Not only do they improve smile, but by doing so, help users feel better about themselves.
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Permanent structures are more favorable towards improving oral health. Things cannot get caught in them more so than natural teeth. They do not require moving or reducing other teeth. Because there is no altering to other teeth, there is easier access to other teeth, which is easier for maintaining oral health.
Durability and convenience are important when it comes to almost any product. Dental implants are very durable and will last many years. With great care, they can last a lifetime. The convenience of permanence is essential. Removable dentures come with a lot of care and additional purchases such as cleaner and adhesive. Dental implants make it easier to maintain, lower costs, and are much more comfortable.
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