Dental Implants Act Just Like Your Original Teeth Once Did
Posted on 8/24/2020 by Dr. Shaun Rai
One of the great innovations in modern dentistry is the implant. This titanium artificial root makes it possible to renew your smile and fill in any and all gaps. When implants are used to restore a smile, people usually find that their new prosthetics closely resemble their natural or original teeth. The following information will give you more details about Implantology.
What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants, as noted, are artificial roots that are usually made of titanium. Titanium is used as it more easily integrates with the jawbone tissue. Therefore, when the implant heals after about six months, it holds any dental restoration well. Whether you need to insert fixed dentures, a bridge, or one tooth, the implant, along with an abutment, can be used to hold the prosthetic in place. That is why this surgery is popular. People who believed they could never regain their smile are finding that implants have greatly changed their life.
Why Dental Implants Resemble Natural Roots and Teeth
Because of their solidness, implants serve as permanent roots so we can customize your smile. We feature various procedures for adding the implants, depending on the type of prosthetic you plan to add. When the implants heal and are in place, they make it possible for even denture wearers to wear their dentures without worry about slippage. All the implant-based restorations in your mouth will make it easy for you to smile, eat, or talk without worry.
If you have dreamed of improving your smile and the way you look, you cannot go wrong with implant technology. Give us a call today to find out more about implants and how they can enhance the way you chew your food, speak, or smile. We can answer all your questions when you make an appointment for a consultation. Make an appointment with us and see how these small dental devices can alter the way you feel from both a health and social standpoint.
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