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What are the advantages of dental implants?

People who have lost one, several or all of their teeth may be candidates for dental implants, which are ideal for eliminating the need for partial dentures, removable dentures or fixed bridges. Dental implants are designed to firmly attach artificial teeth, dentures or bridge, creating stability and security while looking and feeling like naturally beautiful teeth. There are many advantages to undergoing dental implantation. Read more to see if this innovative treatment can help you.

Improved speech. Loose, poor-fitting dentures, can often cause teeth to slip within the mouth, which leads to patients mumbling or slurring their words. Dental implants are stable and secure, allowing patients to speak without the worry that their teeth might slip.

Easier eating. Similar to speech, removable denture can also make it difficult for patients to eat. Dental implants are designed to function like your own teeth, allowing you to eat your favorite foods with confidence.

Improved self-esteem. Dental implants give patients their smile back. This return of confidence allows men and women to feel better about themselves.

Improved appearance. Dental implants are designed to look, function and feel exactly like your own teeth. Patients love their implants because they feel as if they have their natural teeth.

Improved comfort. Proper stabilization allows your dental prosthetic (crown, bridge, dentures) to become a part of you, elimination the discomfort of removable dental prosthetics.

Improved oral health. Dental implants do not require support from surrounding structures like other dental prosthetics do. Because surrounding teeth remain unaffected, more natural teeth are left intact, which improves long-term oral health. Implants also mimic natural spaces between teeth, giving patients better access, thereby improving oral hygiene.

Durability. Implants are designed to fuse with the bone of your jaw, creating stable, long lasting support. They are quite durable and have lasted patients many years.

Convenience. Removable dentures become a thing of the past—imagine never having to deal with messy adhesives or the pain and aggravation associated with removable dental prosthetics. Dental implants keep your dental prosthetics in place, allowing you to enjoy your naturally beautiful smile.

Do dental implants sound like the right solution for you? Consult with your dentist today and find out more about this innovative tooth replacement procedure.