With the constant advances in modern dentistry, dental implants offer another alternative in place of traditional partial or full bridges and dentures to fill mouth gaps. Since a natural tooth is comprised of roots, pulp, dentin, as well as a crown, the dental implant is comprised of three parts that begin with the introduction of an implant made of titanium into the jawbone and gums, to function as teeth “roots.” Once the gum and jawbone recover and accept the titanium root is achieved, a connector or abutment is put on top of the screw made of titanium. The final part is the crown of the tooth is put in its place. The result is a new tooth that is as strong as natural teeth for chewing on all kinds of food without any worries.
Check out the following benefits that give Full Dental Implants for the mouth a viable alternative to bridges, or complete dentures that are used to make up the gap caused by the losing teeth.
Bone Structure is Preserved
Gums are the natural teeth of people that receive support from the bone beneath the gums, which is known as the jawbone. When teeth are lost and the bone weakens which causes facial changes due to the jawbone’s height decreases that causes the cheeks and the corners of the mouth to sag and sink. A dental implant that is full mouth just as durable as natural tooth roots can stimulate the bone inside the jaw and gives stability for the crown of the artificial tooth.
Preservation of Nearby Teeth
Implants in the mouth that are full-mouth prevent the natural teeth that remain from shifting, causing misalignment and issues with the bite and also reduces wear and tear of adjacent teeth that require trimming to make room to make a bridge or denture without roots to connect to the natural teeth. When natural teeth do double-duty in supporting the bite pressure from bridges and dentures made of artificial material and denture, the result is decrease in the strength of Natural Teeth.
More Success Rate
Its strength lies in the gum and bone that form around this implant material. Implants do not require regular replacement that typically is required for bridges or dentures. If you maintain your oral hygiene in the same way like one would with the natural tooth, a fully dental implant in the mouth could last for up to 30 years.
This is an advantage that every person wants. Although the expense may cause some trepidation at first Patients must remember that the cost is a once-off expense that can result in many years of enjoyment and ease of use.
Contact us today to get a better smile for tomorrow. Set up an assessment and consultation on your teeth at our dental clinic to determine whether a complete oral dental implant would be the best treatment to treat your smile.
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