The dental industry has evolved over the past few decades. The technology available to strengthen, whiten and improve an overall “bite” has grown in leaps and bounds. No longer is it necessary to suffer from missing, damaged or broken teeth. There are so many new types of dentures and partials available; there is an option for anyone, especially with dental implants.
Now when I mention dentures, I’m not talking about your classic plastic dentures that require a shelf full of denture creams and oral pain remedies. Granted, with proper dental care, total tooth loss is no longer a common occurrence in today’s generation. Unfortunately, in the past few centuries, it was normal to experience tooth loss, if not during youth, then during the golden years. Thus, the invention of wooden, porcelain, glass and eventually, plastic dentures, molded to conform to the gum line became the answer. The problem is, the gums change… causing the dentures to not fit properly at some point during their usage. This creates a whole barrage of embarrassing and inconvenient problems for old fashioned denture wearers. Dental implants eliminate those worries.
Instead of suffering through years of discomfort and collecting a virtual room of denture creams, consider switching to dental implants. These wondrous new permanent denture designs have been making life easier for false teeth users everywhere. Just imagine, eating a bright, red apple or corn on the cob at the church picnic, without the fear and embarrassment of your teeth popping out. Well, you can!
It is time to stop enduring those inopportune slips of the teeth. Dental implants may seem like a more painful process, but they are in fact, the most modern way to deal with permanent tooth replacements. The variety of styles of dental implants available gives those with dental issues a whole new outlook on life… a normal outlook. Dental implants will both look and perform like your real teeth, or a stronger version thereof.
Everyone loves a beautiful smile and dental implants can easily provide a smile that will light up a room. Dental implants help those with tooth loss to maintain a more youthful appearance as well. One of the long term effects of missing teeth is the degradation of the jaw bone. This naturally happens as we age, but when teeth are missing, the process happens more quickly. This is obvious in those that are youthful but never replaced missing teeth. It tends to give the young a much older look. Despite utilizing tiny screws as anchors in the jawline, dental implants help to strengthen the jaw bone during the chewing motion. The quicker an individual replaces a tooth, the easier it is for the bones to stay healthy.
Dental implant surgery can easily change one’s life, from eating habits to socializing. Smiles become so much easier with a full set of working teeth that look and feel natural. The dental implant process only takes a few hours and recovery occurs within a few days. The next exciting step for dental implant patients is simply eating all the crisp fruits and crunchy vegetables they’ve been avoiding for years.