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Benefits of Dental Implants

Julian Andrews

Root form implants are the most common type of dental implants that dentists use. They are referred to as substitute roots or replacement roots. They are designed to replace natural roots in parts of the mouth that don't have teeth. Dental implants are meant to bring about stability around the jawbone area and have teeth that do not move around.

Here are the top benefits of dental implants.

They make you look younger

Dental implants improve your looks and make you feel younger. They prevent bone loss that usually comes as a result of teeth loss. The implants also help you maintain your facial structure, by making it intact and normal. You will likely have wrinkles that would otherwise have formed if the jawbone was not intact: your jawbone remains stronger and doesn't resorb away.

Every day, when you live without teeth, your jawbone wastes away, and this makes you look much older.  However, with dental implants, your jaws and facial structures remain healthy, sturdy and intact.

It enhances the quality of life.

Dental implants feel, look and work just like normal teeth. They make you look more attractive and younger which in turn, increases your self-esteem and confidence, and you will enjoy talking, laughing and smiling with other people.

Prolongs your life

You will be able to live longer because you will eat well and prevent stomach issues and malnutrition. Steaks, fresh veggies, fruits and corn will now be on your menu. And because the teeth improve chewing, digestion will also improve.

More confident in social events and gatherings

Many people love their dental implants because it improves their appearance, health, comfort and function. When you meet people in public, you do not need to cover your teeth with your hands. Plus, compliments galore will come to you in plenty because of your new teeth.


With your new dental implants, you can relax and not worry about the dental structures moving, gagging you or popping out. You will never be afraid that your dentures may fly out when you eat, cough or sneeze.

Full mouth

Dental implants will restore your mouth as close to the natural state as possible because it replaces the tooth root and the entire tooth. It closely functions as the natural teeth with a strong foundation and sturdiness that allows for comfortable biting and chewing.

Dental implants are safe to use and don't have any side effects on your dental area or body; they are totally a worthy investment.


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Dentures and Dentist

Hello, my name is Jack. I am now 79 years old. As you can imagine, my teeth have taken something of a battering over the years. I lost a couple of teeth in a bar fight, four more decayed and one had to be extracted when it became infected. After losing so many teeth, my dentist suggested that I have dentures fitted. I was worried about this but my dentist was really great. He helped explain the procedure and then did an excellent job. I love my new dentures and I wanted to start this blog to offer help to others.