Dental Implants Are Like New Naturally Looking Teeth
Natural teeth are rooted firmly and anchored in our jawbone and have a specific tone of color that thanks to advances in implant dentistry, we now have the capability of replacing missing or damaged teeth that match the one that has been lost without sacrificing durability. With these incredible advancements in cosmetic dentistry you can be proud to show your smile in pictures and in public without feeling uncomfortable or embarrassed.
Dental Implants Are Permanent
Modern dental implants are built to last. We make every permanent dental implant with the goal for you to keep that implant for the rest of your life. This can depend upon current overall and oral health, proper care and maintenance, etc. However, for most people, it’s not unlikely that your new tooth will be with you forever.
Dental Implant Prevent Bone Loss
Bone is a living tissue that requires constant stimulation to rebuild and remain healthy. When a tooth is lost, the bone beneath it can begin to dissolve. Implants can stop this process, as they provide stability to the jawbone and prevent further deterioration. In fact, the body is naturally drawn to form new bone tissue around the implant!
Dental Surgery That Helps Surrounding Teeth
When missing a tooth, the rest of your teeth become subject to shifting, bacteria, and other harmful diseases and damage. Dental implants replace missing and damaged teeth to give your mouth the proper shape and support it deserves. This greatly helps with your overall oral health and hygiene.
Gain Complete Functionality Back With Dental Implants
One of the major benefits to dental implants is that along with looking natural, they have all the functionality of a normal tooth. Yes, you can eat whatever you want so long as you’re properly caring for those beautiful gums beneath the tooth.
Dental Implants Are Low Maintenance
Taking proper care of your new dental implants is the same as the rest of your teeth. Simple twice daily brushing and flossing at least daily is all that’s necessary to properly take care of your new implant. Make sure you also continue to receive twice yearly dental exams and cleanings to ensure overall oral health.
Gain confidence in your smile with dental implants by scheduling a consultation to discuss dental implants as an option for your missing or damaged teeth at our Keller, TX Dentist office today by calling (817) 431-5514.