Dental implants are the most effective way to replace missing teeth. They serve as an anchor, providing greater support and stability to reassure the wearer. Dentures are not the first recommendation of dentist. If you’re still on the fence regarding dental implants, consider the following benefits over dentures and other treatments.

Confidence in your smile

You won’t need to be conscious about gaps in your teeth whilst you smile, and this can work wonders for your self-esteem. With dental implants, you will have freedoms that may not be possible with removable dentures. Dentures can every so often become loose and fall out whilst eating, laughing or maybe simply talking, whilst securely fixed dental implants will give you confidence.

Dental implants are permanently fixed into place. They fuse naturally with the jawbone, which means that the replacement teeth will not click, shift, or move, so avoiding damage.  Dentures, on the other hand, can often slip out of place.

Healthier Bones

Dentures often lead to bone loss and also other health issues such as degeneration of your jawbone. Dental implants are securely screwed into the bone which preserves the natural bone and actually stimulates further bone growth.

Protect your teeth

Not only can dentures cause bone loss but can also grind against your other teeth, whereas dental implants improve and reduce your oral health; decreasing grinding of your teeth – and no cavities can form on implants. However, it is still important for you to maintain regular check ups of the root and condition of the rest of your teeth.

With dental implants, you will have replacement teeth that look and feel like real ones – and your smile will be restored.

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