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The Benefits of Dental ImplantsJuly 8th, 2017 | by Riverside Dental | in Dental Health | 0
Many dental patients want to know what the benefits of dental implants are, over other treatments like bridges or dentures. There are many reasons to choose dental implants to replace missing or damaged teeth.
As dental implants become more popular with patients, dentistry practices are coming to understand that implants last longer than other treatments. As they are installed, dental implants fuse with oral bones, keeping them in permanently. Because of this, dental implants help maintain the function and appearance of facial structure and the jaw.
As Close to the Real Thing as You Can Get
Dental implants are made to mimic teeth. This means they will act, feel, and look like the real thing. They are not obvious replacements, and because they act like real teeth, they are comfortable for eating and speaking. There is no need to worry about using adhesive products, or removing any artificial teeth or dental structures for any reason. Dental implants are as close to real teeth as a replacement can be.
Brushing your teeth and keeping your mouth clean with dental implants is no different from what you would do with a mouth full of original teeth. You do not need special products, equipment, or techniques —just remember to floss and brush often!
Care for Surrounding Teeth
Some bridges are installed by reducing nearby teeth, whereas dental implants can be installed without affecting any other oral structures in a patient’s mouth. This lessens the impact of the treatment and keeps more original teeth in place.
Relatively Minor Work
Having dental implants installed is straightforward and quick, though it may require a few procedures depending on your situation.
If you have experienced pain or embarrassment because of your teeth, dentures, or bridge, you should consider dental implants. A qualified dentist can explore options with you and let you know if you would be a good candidate for this treatment.