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Are Dental Implants Right For You Part 2



The advantage of dental implants and how much they cost?

Dental implants are becoming more and more popular as people see that they are a healthy way to replace missing teeth. Dental implants not only support crowns, bridges, and your dentures but they also take place of the roots in your mouth as well.

Dental implants are fixtures that are made of titanium and they are surgically placed into your mouth, securely fastened into the jaw. The implants stimulate an anchor for a crown or a denture to fit in over. When a crown is placed over an implant, most people cannot even tell it’s an implant because they look so natural.

This is why they are so popular.

Why Choose Dental Implants

Many people choose to do and implants because they have missing teeth. There are many reasons it’s important to replace any teeth that are missing in your mouth.  For starters having missing teeth can decrease your self-esteem. When you have an implant you instantly have more self-confidence. It can also help prevent bite problems, which could lead to TMJ.

Having missing teeth can also lead to poor nutrition and health issues because there is an inability to chew food properly without all of your teeth.

Advantages of Dental Implants

There are many advantages to putting a dental implant in your mouth. One of the most popular reasons is because dental implants can provide you with a dental replacement that is natural-looking and extremely functional. Implants always look and feel better than removable dentures.

And the best reason is that dental implants often last a lifetime if they are properly taking care of and maintained.

To see if you’re a candidate for dental implants visit your dentist and they will have a proper consultation with you. They will perform a simple exam and it may involve x-rays to determine if your jawbone is suited for an implant.

Your dentist can help you be healthy and happy. If dental implants are for you you, you can develop a plan to work with your dentist to get them.