Dental implants are one of the most successful dental procedures for missing teeth.
And a large part of that has to do with all the benefits that come with them.
Dental implants aren’t just for aesthetics, they’re there for function, health, and efficiency.
Smile big, smile pretty.
Okay, so maybe the first benefit is aesthetics. But that’s not a bad thing.
Having a gap in our mouths can sometimes get us down and focusing on the negative. We smile in the mirror and all we see is the empty space where a tooth should be, rather than the real beauty that emanates from us. It can even leave us feeling embarrassed to chat with new people or take memorable photos.
And all that really impacts our quality of life.
But with dental implants, you can leave the shame behind and put the confidence face forward. When you get a dental implant, you’re filling the gap with just another tooth, artificial albeit. So, no one ever has to see you lost a tooth. And you’ll never have to see the gap.
With an artificial tooth and root that looks just like your old one, you’ll be able to smile big, and smile pretty with confidence.
Get teeth that last.
Dental implants are connected to your natural bone, which makes them sturdy and secure. That’s why it’s a procedure that lasts. With dental implants, you don’t have to worry about constantly getting them fixed and replaced. Because, once they’re in –they’re in to last.
Dental Implants are made to function as regular teeth. Since they’re directly connected to the jawbone, they’re able to work just like your natural teeth. The difference however, is that they don’t decay like your other teeth. They’re not as sensitive.
Which makes getting dental implants feel like an upgrade, not a loss.
Don’t worry about the maintenance.
There’s no extra maintenance when caring for dental implants. You simply take care of them as you would your other teeth. In fact, you take care of them while you care for your other teeth. Because all they need to stay strong is regular daily brushing and flossing.
And, if you really want your new teeth to shine, you can invest in a water pick. A water pick essentially shoots a stream of water in the direction that you point. The pressure from the water pushes out food and gunk that builds up around the gum lines of the teeth and in between the teeth as well. Water picks are actually recommended for general oral health, so you’d be doing all your teeth a favor with this tool.
Just go with it.
Or them –depending on how many dental implants you have. Unlike with dentures where you have to keep track of where you put them and when, dental implants are permanently fastened into your mouth, so you never have to worry about where they’ve gone.
With dental implants, you’re free to go where you like and eat the food you like with teeth that make you proud.