What are Dental Implants?
In layman's language, we say dental implants are like artificial tooth roots made up of titanium, resembling the shape of screws. As dental implants are positioned in your jawbone, they become one with your natural bone. They then offer a solid base for one or multiple artificial teeth, termed as crowns.
A joint called an abutment is secured above the dental implant to firmly hold and give support to your crowns. The crowns are made to order to correspond to the natural teeth and fit in the mouth.
Modern dental implants are being successfully used and implemented for more than 30 years now. They are the sturdiest devices applicable to render support to replacement teeth – and better yet, they leave the new teeth feeling, looking, and functioning in a completely natural manner.
Performed by a well-equipped and experienced dental implantologist , dental implant surgery has known to be one of the safest and quite predictable procedures in dentistry. They are the nearest you can get to achieving a natural and healthy set of teeth. Confidently smiling, laughing, talking, eating, and enjoying all your daily activities become less troubled without subjecting yourself to embarrassment due to your teeth, which is what dental implants do for you.
Who can get Dental Implants:
Dental Implants are a great choice for adults comprising all ages, be it people suffering from infection or decay, born without a tooth, or had to get teeth removed due to some injury. Once the facial growth and development of adolescents get completed, it is a go-to option for them as well, which is around 18 years for boys and 16 for girls.
As compared to alternatives of dentures and bridges, dental implants score higher given the four major advantages below:
- Very comfortable, retain the shape of the face and natural smile
- They are built to last for decades, saving on significant time and money
- Move on with daily life confidently, stay active without any worry, and peace of mind
- They help stimulate bone growth and prevent bone loss, thus protecting the facial structure and imparting healthy teeth
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