Dental implants are an ideal solution for a cracked tooth, missing teeth, or retain a full or partial denture. And whether you need to replace, one, many, or all of your teeth, dental implants provide the most natural and secure replacement available.
The Benefits of Dental Implants
Dental implants offer many advantages. Until recently, there were limited options for fixing a cracked tooth, or replacing lost teeth: dentures or dental bridges.
Dental implants offer a viable alternative and many advantages. They do more to prevent some of the typical issues with dentures and bridges.
Overall, dental implants:
- look and function like your natural teeth
- allow you to eat your favorite foods
(yes, you can bite into an apple)
- help secure and stimulate your jawbone
(and can help retain more bone density than dentures)
- can be put in without modifying surrounding teeth
(which may be required with a dental bridge)
- won’t move or shift or move out of place in your mouth
- don’t require messy adhesives or excessive cleaners
- require typical care — you can brush and floss your dental implants just like you would do with your natural teeth
Dental Implants: A Better Looking, More Natural Replacement
Ultimately, dental implants can provide a better long-term solution for better dental care in the future.
Yet aside from the health benefits, dental implants look, feel, and function just like your natural teeth (and can spare you some of the embarrassments that may occur with dentures or bridges).
Dental Implants Can Work with Crowns, Bridges, or Dentures
If you already have crowns, bridges, or partial dentures, dental implants may be combined with them.
Likewise, conventional dental implants can be used to secure dentures, or combined with crowns to replace a missing tooth, cracked teeth — or secure a full arch of replacement teeth.
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