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Why Dental Implants Are the Best Choice for Your Tooth Restoration

Julian Andrews

If you have lost one tooth or multiple teeth, you may be searching in earnest for a way to restore them as soon as you can. The conventional option for tooth restoration has been dentures of dental bridges. Nevertheless, advancements in technology over the years has provided patient with a permanent, more natural looking alternative in the form of dental implants

This type of tooth restoration comprises a titanium root and a prosthetic tooth attached to it. The root is implanted directly into your jawbone; thus, the patients would have to undergo dental surgery. The gum then heals back in place with the prosthetic tooth in place. Although this type of tooth restoration may cost more than other options, it provides you with a host of advantages that other restorative procedures will not. Here are the reasons why dental implants are the best tooth restoration alternative for you.

Dental implants blend in seamlessly 

One of the primary benefits of this type of tooth restoration is that the implants blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth. Firstly, since the implant is embedded right into your jawbone, it would be hard to discern any difference between its root and the rest of your natural teeth. Secondly, the prosthetic tooth used is custom made to match the exact colour and shape of your individual dental formula. This ensures that your smile is not only restored but that you also do not have to worry about the restorative therapy being conspicuous.

An extended lifespan

Another reason why dental implants are a premium option for tooth restoration is they tend to have a longer lifespan than other alternatives that are available to you. The first thing to note is that your dental implants will not require routine adjustments or replacement by your dentist. Once you have the implant in place, it is expected to last you a lifetime. Secondly, dental implants are made from strong materials. This makes the prosthetic tooth resistant to high impact and will not be susceptible to enamel erosion, oral diseases and more.

Low maintenance

Some tooth restoration solutions may actually require more care and maintenance than your natural teeth, dentures, for instance, need to be taken out and cleaned thoroughly on a daily basis not only to keep them in pristine condition but also to prevent the patient from developing oral conditions due to trapped bacteria. Dental implants, on the other hand, are a low maintenance alternative as they will simply need to be cleaned the same way you normally do with your natural teeth.


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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.

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