We’ve recently discussed the cost of dental implants and the process by which they’re placed, but what about the benefits? Why choose this option over more common tooth replacement choices, such as dental bridges or dentures? There are a number of benefits to receiving dental implants, from longer lasting tooth replacement to a more natural appearance.
How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
When a patient loses one or more teeth, we always encourage them to seek replacement. Otherwise, oral health can continue to suffer. One factor that often gives a patient pause is cost. How much do dental implants cost? What payment options are available?
How Do You Maintain Your Implants?
No one enjoys losing a tooth. Fortunately, we have the ability to replace them with a very lifelike dental implant, which can also stimulate jawbone growth and help you avoid loss of jawbone density. Once you receive one, you may have questions about caring for them. How do you maintain your implants?
How Are Dental Implants Placed?
When you lose a tooth, a dental implant can make for a lifelike and durable replacement. We recommend them due to their longevity, natural looking appearance, and ability to strengthen oral health by stimulating jawbone growth. But how are dental implants placed? What can a patient receiving a new tooth expect?
What Causes Tooth Loss?
When a patient loses one or more teeth, we can replace them with a lifelike dental implant. We can even use multiple implants to support a fixed denture or bridge that will remain firmly in place. But what causes tooth loss? Why do we lose our teeth and what can we do to avoid further risk of losing permanent teeth?
Quiz: What Kind Of Implants Are There?
We’ve discussed before the importance of replacing missing teeth. Otherwise, you are at risk of developing a host of serious oral health complications, from misalignment to facial collapse. We often discuss the benefits of dental implants. There are multiple kinds of implants available to address varying degrees of tooth loss. Which type is right for you?
What Do I Do If I Lose All My Teeth?
Losing a single tooth can be embarrassing and increase the risk of oral health complications, such as misalignment or loss of jawbone density. If one lost tooth can cause so many problems, what about several? What do you do if you’re missing most or all of your teeth? We suggest seeing your dentist right away to discuss possible replacement options. Using dental implants, we can no place natural looking fixed dentures.
What Factors Decide Who Can Receive Implants?
Have you lost one or more of your permanent teeth? Are you interested in replacing them with lifelike and long lasting dental implants? What factors will decide who can receive implants? This is a valid question, as unfortunately not everyone is a viable candidate for receiving a new tooth. However, there are often steps that a patient can take to improve their candidacy and obtain a whole smile again with these natural looking prosthetics.
Dental Implants Vs. Dental Bridges
Losing a single tooth doesn’t just leave an embarrassing gap in your smile. Tooth loss can also increase the risk of misalignment, as well as issues with jaw joint strain, such as TMJ disorder or bruxism. Fortunately, there are options available to replace your missing tooth. Which option is best for replacing your lost tooth, a dental bridge or a dental implant?
Ready For An Implant And Crown?
Losing your teeth is never an enjoyable experience. You can lose a tooth as a result of injury, poor oral health, or a serious oral health concern, such as advanced gum disease or an untreated dental infection. When you have a missing tooth you should seek a replacement as soon as possible. Are you ready for an implant and crown?