Learn About Dental Implants
The first step towards effectively restoring your smile with dental implants is learning about them. Find out everything that you need to know about this effective tooth replacement option below.
What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are tiny titanium posts that act as artificial tooth roots and are placed into your jawbone. Your bone then fuses with the implant, creating a strong and sturdy foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel, and function just like your natural smile.
What Are the Benefits of Dental Implants?
Dental implants provide a wide-range of benefits. In addition to replacing your missing teeth and restoring your smile, they also:
- Preserve facial structure
- Prevent jaw bone deterioration
- Improve appearance
- Improve speech
- Improve comfort
- Enhance eating
- Boost self-esteem
- Improve oral health
- Eliminate inconvenience
- Last a lifetime
Types of Dental Implants
There are two types of dental implants: single dental implants and hybrid denture. Which type of dental implant is used to restore your smile depends on your smile’s specific needs and requirements.
Single Dental Implants
Single dental implants are the perfect option to replace a single tooth that has been lost due to an accident, tooth decay, or periodontal disease. With single dental implants, your new tooth will resemble and work exactly like your natural teeth.
A hybrid denture is an innovative way to replace teeth if all of your top or bottom teeth are missing. It consists of placing dental implants in any available bone, thereby avoiding the need for bone grafting. Special abutments are then attached to the implants to enable temporary replacement teeth to be placed as your gum tissues heal and implants integrate with your bone. After about six months, your final teeth are placed and your smile is officially restored.
Get Quality Dental Implants at 772 Implant
No matter if you are missing one of your teeth or all of your teeth, you can effectively restore your smile with quality dental implants at 772 Implant. Contact our experienced and caring team for more information or to request a complimentary dental implant consultation today. We can’t wait to get you smiling again!
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