Dental Implant Restorations
Are you looking for a long term solution to repair a broken or missing tooth? Dental implant restoration is the perfect way to permanently fill in the gap and restore your oral health.
What Are Dental Implants
An implant is a new tooth made of metal and porcelain that looks like a natural tooth. It is composed of two main parts: one part is the titanium implant body that takes the place of the missing tooth and the second part on the tooth-colored crown that is placed on top of the implant.
What Are the Benefits of Dental Implants
- Dental implants are often a preferred method of restoration because they are the next best thing to having your original, healthy tooth. Once your implant is in place, it can be extremely difficult to tell the difference between it an your real teeth. Dental implants are made to look, feel, and behave just like your natural teeth.
- Dental implants are built to last. While other methods of restoration may last for five to seven years, dental implants can often last a lifetime if cared for properly.
- Often a missing tooth can cause you serious embarrassment. If you’ve ever gone out and felt the need to cover your smile, or try your best not talk, a dental implant can erase this feeling of embarrassment forever. With a renewed sense of self confidence, you can be ready to face the world with a beautiful smile.
- There are numerous health benefits that come from filling in the gap of a missing tooth. Spaces in your teeth will cause shifting that may eventually give you serious problems with your bite or even cause damage to your jaw bone. When your jaw bone is no longer supporting a tooth, that particular area will deteriorate, causing you to suffer from bone loss.
- Filling in the gap with a dental implant will help you to chew foods more comfortably. The favorite foods you’ve had to avoid can now be added back on to your plate without needing to worry about mouth pain.
- Your overall oral health will be greatly improved, and you’ll never get a cavity in a dental implant.
If you would like more on how dental implants can enhance your smile and preserve your oral health, give us a call today.