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The Impact Dental Implants Have

Published: 2019-12-18

When you lose one or more teeth and need to have them fixed, a dentist may give you a few different solutions. Although by choosing a dental bridge or regular dentures, you can get away from the initial embarrassment of having missing teeth, they are still pale in comparison with the services dental implants offer. Today, with many dental specialists and oral practitioners believing that care is the best option for eligible patients, dental implants are considered the most popular tooth replacement option. Here are a few reasons why the best solution for a missing tooth problem is, dental implants.

Longer lasting

Longevity and durability are some of the advantages of dental implants. Within the jawbone, dental implants are inserted surgically making them a permanent replacement option. You can last up to 25 years and sometimes longer until the implants are installed. Typically, conventional dentures last 5 to 7 years before replacing them.

Better support and Stability

It provides a solid foundation not only for your teeth but also for your total jaw size, with your dental implants being surgically inserted and finally fusing with your jawbone. It compares with dentures that sit on top of your rubber and can sometimes shift out of place.

Better for you bones

As mentioned above, dental implants not only enable you to gain the appearance of having flawless-looking teeth, they also save the bone density of your jaw, which can be lost when dealing with a missing tooth. Dentures can cause weakening of the bone as they do not penetrate the jawbone or help retain it.

Easier than Sunday morning     

Since dental implants are designed to act like normal teeth and are permanently installed in the mouth, they should be looked after and preserved as if they are their own. You don’t have to cut them like dentures to scrub or drink while you’re asleep.

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As you can see dental implants offer a wide array of dental and lifestyle benefits. If you’re still not sure if dental implants aren’t the right choice for you then contact our offices in South Miami, FL to schedule an appointment to speak with Dr. Ramirez to learn more. 

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