dental implant benefits
November 2, 2021

Dental Implant Benefits

Replacing missing teeth is important to your overall health and to the health of your other teeth. When natural teeth are missing, you not only lose functionality but also can experience a host of other issues.

Having missing teeth not only affects your confidence, but your mouth will deteriorate rapidly if left untreated. Dental implants help you look and feel better, regain your self-esteem, and have better quality of life. For decades now, dental implants have been used to replace missing teeth and they’re now the standard of care for restoring functionality in a rapidly deteriorating mouth. You deserve to smile again, and dental implants will help you do that.

Learn the lifelong benefits of dental implants below:

 

Improve Your Appearance

A major benefit to dental implants is that they preserve bone and prevent further deterioration of the facial structure, and therefore improve appearance.

Enhance Your Overall Quality of Life

Dental implants allow both your smile and mouth function to be more natural, which results in increased comfort and confidence when smiling, speaking, and eating. If dentures and partials are replaced with implant-supported teeth, your quality of life will improve significantly since you’ll be able to eat all types of foods plus you’ll be able to speak and smile more easily!

Dental implants improve your quality of life by…

•Improving eating habits immediately

•Eliminating messy adhesives used to hold dentures

•Eliminating unsightly and destructive metal clasps common with partial dentures

•Never needing to take out dentures or bridges again!

Restore Your Mouth to its Most Natural State

Dental implants are the closest thing to natural teeth. When the entire tooth – including the root – is replaced, your smile will feel and function like natural teeth. Everything in your mouth will look natural, and no one will know you have a new implant-supported smile unless you tell them.

Care for Your Teeth Easily

Caring for dental implants is the same as caring for natural teeth. Simply brush and floss every day and visit your dental hygienist and dentist for regular cleanings, maintenance, and check-ups.

 

At Amrita Medical Center, our staff is happy to answer any of your questions and help you decide if dental implants or dentures are the right fit for you. We even offer same day appointments for your convenience. Contact us here!

 

Dr. Sakher Al Azki

 

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