The answer is easy with Dental Implants
It’s true, Dental implants are the only permanent solution available to replace a missing teeth. It really doesn’t matter whether you’ve lost a tooth due to decay, an accident/trauma or teeth that are overcrowding, it’s important to visit your dentist immediately. Since teeth support each other, it only takes one missing tooth to cause the surrounding teeth to shift and it’s not good! When this happens, chewing often becomes difficult and speech patterns can become impaired. The answer is easy with Dental Implants!
Let’s talk Dental Implants… Widely considered to be the most durable and functional tooth replacement option available, dental implants are becoming the go-to procedure to fill the space left by a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth. That’s because the long-term consequences of tooth loss can be serious to your overall health. Large voids between teeth eventually become difficult to clean, which is why tooth decay and periodontal, or gum, disease often follows tooth loss. Even bad bacteria from your mouth moving down into your body…. While some turn to temporary solutions—such as dental bridges or removable dentures—patients who want a permanent solution look to dental implants.
Did you know… Receiving a dental implant is a surgical procedure—an artificial tooth root is implanted into the jawbone, which provides a permanent base for fixed crown- yes permanent. After the artificial root is placed in the jawbone, the two bond to one another and an implant can last a lifetime. This usually takes between two to six months, during which time you’ll be fitted with a temporary crown so you can maintain a normal daily activities. Once the implant is secure in the jawbone, a permanent crown will be cemented in place. You don’t have to suffer with chewing difficulty, embarrassment or tooth loss anymore.
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