Monday, September 24, 2012

The Power of Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial root replacements that go directly into the bone, allowing a dentist to go a step further than partial or complete dentures. Rather than simply sitting on the gum line, these applications fully replace the tooth and root you lose due to decay, accident, or any other reason. As long as the jaw and gum line is healthy, the dentist is able to move forward with this procedure. The result is a structurally sound tooth replacement that you'll scarcely be able to discern from a real tooth. The benefits of the procedure are numerous. Here are just a few things this powerful application can do.
Replace Dentures
If you've been using dentures as a replacement for your natural teeth, you've probably had your fair share of problems. While certainly helpful for those who need them, no one can tell you with a straight face that dentures are a perfect replacement for your natural teeth. In many ways, they are the hearing aids of the oral health world. They work and they are better than nothing, but they have their issues. They aren't for everyone. Dental implants, on the other hand, are more akin to contact lenses or even LASIK surgery. They give you that feeling of natural teeth, together with the strength and structural support missing from traditional dentures.
Replace One Tooth
Perhaps you don't need to replace your entire set of teeth. In this instance, dental implants are an even more perfect solution. Because of the extent and the expense, many patients find dentures to be a more reasonable solution for a full set replacement. For a single tooth, however, this is the application you need to look into. The artificial root is specially designed to set deep into the gum line and on into the jaw in many cases. This gives you a remarkably strong base upon which can be fitted a crown. This replaces the missing tooth and gives you a much more reliable alternative to a partial.
Replacing Multiple Teeth
Of course, that's not to say that dental implants can't replace multiple teeth or even all of them if you find that the benefits outweigh the disadvantages. Structurally speaking, there are almost no disadvantages. The only downsides come as a matter of expense, but if you're already prepared to spend the money, you won't be displeased with the result. By supporting a full set of dentures or bridges, these artificial roots won't allow them to slide around in your mouth and create discomfort. They will function and look just like a natural set of beautiful teeth. Best of all, you won't have to worry about cavities!

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