Why Choose Dental Implants for Teeth Restoration?

No one will ever underestimate the value of a beautiful smile. Fortunately, while you may not be born with a perfect smile, there are various dental treatments available that can create the smile of your dreams. Even if you have already lost a few of your teeth, there are restorative procedures that will make you look like you never lost your teeth in the first place.

Dental implants are the most highly recommended restorative procedure now. Aside from dental implants’ aesthetic contribution, this treatment includes other benefits as well – it can improve general health (you’ll be able to chew your food better and avoid digestive problems), and at the same time, preserve the good condition of your remaining natural teeth.

Many patients and dentists prefer dental implants because they are the most reliable solution for teeth restoration. With dental implants, you can get teeth that feel and function like your original teeth, except they’re not prone to damage like your natural teeth.

Dental implants can support various types of restorations. They can be used to replace a single tooth. In fact, this procedure was developed for the purpose of properly replacing a single tooth. But with the development of implant technology, dental implants can now also support other restorations such as total teeth replacement on a jaw. In addition, they can serve as a more stable platform for fixed bridges and removable dentures.

Patients can choose among the different types of implants, depending on the most suitable for their condition, preferences and budget:

Endosteal Implants – These are the most commonly placed dental implants. These are small titanium screws that are surgically placed into the jawbone, which is why it’s imperative for patients to have good bone density in order to ensure the success of the procedure.

Plate Form Implants – These are carried out for patients that no longer have enough bone density for root implants. Our dentists in Abilene, TX place plate form implants under the gums and on top of the jaw. As the implant heals, bone grows around it, thus creating a sturdy foundation for restoration.

Subperiosteal Implants – These are made of metal frames which are fitted onto the jawbone, just slightly below the gum tissue. These essentially serve as artificial jawbone; as the gums heal, the metal frames become fixed to the jawbone. Afterwards, posts can be attached to the frame, and on these posts, artificial teeth can be mounted.

With the multiple advantages they offer to the wearer, dental implants are the best option for the most natural-looking restoration and they help preserve the good condition of your gums and jawbone. Also, if you’re not a good candidate for removable dentures due to poor gums, or if you prefer the most convenient way of executing oral care, dental implants simply are the smart option.

If you wish to know if you’re a good candidate for dental implants, set an appointment for consultation at our clinic today.


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