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5 Benefits That Set Dental Implants Apart From Other Restorative Procedures

May 6, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 8:43 pm

computer rendering of dental implantsAre your missing teeth wreaking havoc on your life and self-confidence? You’d be surprised how gaps in your smile can affect your oral health, which is why it’s so important to replace them. Dental implants are titanium posts that are surgically placed in your jaw to replace your missing tooth’s root. They are the next best thing to your real teeth. Read on for 5 benefits that set this procedure apart from traditional restorations.

Natural Look And Feel

Dental implants don’t just replace the visible part of your missing tooth, they also replace the root, which is vital to your oral health. Because of this, they look, feel, and function just like your natural teeth do. This way, you won’t have to worry about embarrassing moments where your dentures slip and shift, causing you to slur your words. The titanium implants fuse with your jaw through a process called osseointegration, providing your restoration with a stable and secure foundation to be placed on.

Durable and Stable

Because the implants are made from titanium, which forms a thin oxide layer when they’re surgically placed, it prevents decomposition. This allows them to last over 25 years when properly cared for. Additionally, titanium is lightweight and strong, which reduces the pressure placed on your jawbone and oral tissues.

Precise And Highly Successful

Dental implants utilize the most advanced and precise technology and techniques, which is why the procedure boasts a 95% success rate. People who maintain good oral health have a higher rate of success. It’s best to consult your dentist to see if you’re the right candidate for the procedure.

Improved Pronunciation And Chewing

With other restorative procedures, you can still have trouble with basic daily functions like chewing and speaking. Because dental implants are anchored to your jawbone like your natural teeth, there’s no need to worry about slipping or shifting. You can pronounce words easier and chew your food more effectively, making social situations less stressful.

Promotes Bone And Oral Tissue Growth

Through the process of osseointegration, your implants will help preserve your jaw bone density and reduce the pressure placed on certain areas of your mouth. When you leave missing teeth unreplaced, this can cause you to focus actions like chewing, in one specific area of your mouth. This can cause wear and tear concentrated in certain areas of your mouth. Your implants will allow you to utilize your entire mouth again, reducing the amount of stress placed on one specific area.

Because other restorative procedures don’t replace your missing tooth’s root, your jawbone and oral tissues won’t be stimulated like they once were. This can cause bone deterioration and result in your face appearing saggy or droopy. With implants, there’s no need to worry about this.

To find out if dental implants are right for you, it’s best to schedule a consultation with your dentist. This way, you can get any questions you may have answered so you can be confident in your decision to get the procedure. Dental implants offer you the best of functionality and look, so it’s no wonder why patients and dentists alike recommend the procedure!

About the Author

Dr. David Banda has received several fellowships, certificates, and awards from institutes such as the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, and the American Academy of Osseointegration. He provides his patients with the highest quality of care by keeping up to date with the latest advancements in his field. As an active member of 11 different professional organizations, his patients feel confident in the treatment he provides them. For questions or to schedule a consultation for dental implants, visit Cranbrook Dental Care’s website or contact 248-647-5434.

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