When deciding how to replace missing teeth, there are many benefits to choosing dental implants over other dental restorations. They offer over a 95% success rate and are the number one dentist recommended solution for damaged or lost teeth. Dr. Chad Brown and Dr. Jacob Dunham are highly-trained and experienced implant dentists in Greeley, CO and offer many types of dental implants.
Benefits of Dental Implants
Will Not Come Loose
The implants actually fuse with the bone in the jaw and they are responsible for holding the restoration in place. The chances of your restoration coming loose are very low because of how secure they are. Your new, false teeth will be as durable as natural teeth. No more worrying about them coming loose and falling out. No more worrying about them moving around in your mouth causing your speech to slur.
Most Natural Solution
Restorations that are secured by dental implants will look, feel, function and fit like a natural teeth. Today, dental restorations are made to resemble real teeth and will fit seamlessly in your mouth. When secured with implants, they are extremely stable and can function like teeth. You will be able to eat, smile and talk just like someone with natural teeth.
Allows You to Eat a Diet with Little restriction
A dental restoration secured by implants will allow you to eat a diet with little to no restrictions. The replacement teeth are held firmly in place so you can use more force to chew food. This will allow you to eat healthy foods that are often restricted while wearing dentures.
Lowers Chance of Bone Loss
When teeth are missing, it creates a void in the bone. The bone that is located in this void no longer receives the stimulation it needs to avoid bone reabsorption. When you place an implant in this spot, it will supply the underlying bone with this stimulation it needs to thrive. Other restorations do little to prevent bone loss. Slowly, the bone will begin to breakdown and the shape of your face will begin to be affected.
Will Not Require Damaging Healthy Teeth
An implant supported restoration will only be used to replace missing teeth and will not harm any surrounding teeth. When placing a traditional dental bridge, the two adjacent teeth will need to be reduced and prepared for the crown portion of the bridgework. An implant supported bridge will not harm any healthy teeth.
When implants are place in the bone, they become a permanent fixture within the mouth. They can last a lifetime if you remain in good health and take good care of your oral health. Your restoration will remain in place without the use of adhesives and without putting stress on any of your healthy, natural teeth.
Schedule a Dental Implant Consultation
If you are missing teeth and interested in learning more about the benefits dental implants, schedule a consultation at Integrated Dental Arts in Greeley, CO. Here, your dentist will determine if you qualify for teeth implants and will create a treatment plan that customized to your needs and budget.