Dental Implants for Tooth Replacement and Denture Stabilization9380142

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Dental implants, replacements for missing teeth, are 1 of the most exciting advances in dentistry, but how do you know if they are right for you?

A dental implant is an artificial root, nicely suited to the body, which is surgically placed into the jawbone. An artificial, natural searching tooth or dental appliance is secured on the implant. Implants are extremely stable, durable, and one of the most aesthetic tooth replacement options accessible.

There are much more factors to place an implant than just for the self-confidence of getting a beautiful smile. If a lost tooth is not replaced, other dental issues might arise. The jawbone that utilized to support the tooth begins to atrophy or weaken, which might cause the adjacent teeth to shift. This may cause excessive wear on particular teeth, alter your appearance or speech, trigger decay, compromise your chewing skills and cause TMJ (jaw joint) problems. By replacing the tooth structure with an implant, these problems can be avoided.

Implants can also be utilized to retain dentures, creating sore gums, "clicking noises" and instability related with dentures a thing of the previous. Denture wearers can consume and smile with much more confidence.

Dental implants are not always suitable for every patient. A complete dental exam is essential to figure out if you would be a great candidate. In some instances the bone is not dense enough to support an implant. The dentist will review your dental and healthcare history for factors such as diabetes or bone loss, which can impact the achievement of the implant process.

Once the dentist has determined you will be a good candidate, the implant will be surgically placed in the bone and allowed to integrate with the jawbone for up to six months. Depending on the type of dental implant a post might be placed to extend the implant above the gum line. An impression will be taken of your mouth and a final restoration or dental appliance will be made. At the final visit, the restoration will be placed and adjusted for correct fit and function.