What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are medical devices made from titanium. They are implanted in the jaw bone to support or attach an artificial tooth. They look, feel and act like a real tooth and can last for many years if properly cared for. Taking care of dental implants is easy! Just brush and floss like you normally would. Dental Implants will boost your confidence by giving your smile a more natural look and feel.
Implant-supported dentures are great for people who want to improve their ability to eat and smile as comfortably as possible.
Benefits of Dental Implants Dentures
Your implant-supported denture will be more stable than a regular denture. You will find it easier to speak and you won’t have to worry about the denture becoming loose or falling out of your mouth. You generally will be able to eat foods you could not eat before. Because they serve as a tooth root, dental implants prevent bone loss in the surrounding jaw, which occurs when a tooth and its root have been missing for an extended period of time.
The best thing about these dentures is that patients can use them for a period of around five years before they need to be adjusted or changed.
We offer a Free Dental Implant Consultation to see if it’s right for you.
Who are candidates for Dental Implants?
If you have one or more missing teeth, or have broken or decayed teeth that might be beyond repair, implants are the best solution. If you’re uncomfortable with your dentures, partial denture, or bridge, you could benefit from implant technology. In the past, patients with insufficient bone or who had certain health conditions or habits were not considered candidates for implants. Advances in diagnostics and bone reconstruction have made it so that most patients can receive implants.
Why Dental Implant Dentures?
These dentures are perfect for people who don’t want others to know that they have them. Implant-supported dentures will inspire confidence and your smile will look and feel more natural as well. The best thing about these dentures is that patients can use them for a period of around five years before they need to be adjusted or changed.