Dental implants are artificial "root" devices used in dentistry to create restorations that resemble your natural teeth. The roots of these dentures are surgically inserted into the jawbone and left there for some time to fuse with the surrounding bone tissue over time. This is known as osseointegration before a restoration is attached to it.
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Fixed implants add strength and stability to the jaw and other teeth and allow normal functioning restorations with other healthy teeth.
Dental implants are now considered the most stable and cost-effective solution for replacing a single tooth or group of teeth. Implants are one of several advances in dentistry that are increasingly recognized in the fields of cosmetic and restorative dentistry.
Most natural-looking dental implants provide strong, stable roots for replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like normal teeth. Restorations are usually made of porcelain and mimic the appearance of natural teeth.
Some of the most well-known cosmetic benefits of implants are those that help patients look attractive and feel comfortable in their daily life. The dental implant will not loosen, slip, or slip out of your mouth, eliminating the need for dirty adhesive to hold the restoration in place.
By integrating the jawbone, the implant improves the long-term integrity of the face and restores facial muscles. Therefore, patients can avoid a "sunken" appearance and maintain a youthful appearance.
People who do not have teeth in their mouth often have difficulty speaking clearly. With a safe and stable device in their mouth, these patients can safely carry on any conversation without worrying about muttering or moving their words.