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Dental Implants Are a Great Investment for Your Future Health and Happiness
Posted on 5/25/2016 by Dr. Dennison
Are you interested in dental implants but are afraid that the treatment might be too expensive for you? Think again. There are a variety of long-term advantages to choosing dental implants over options like dentures and other removable appliances, and these restorations can ultimately pay for themselves with time.
If you are missing one or more teeth and are tired of the hassle and unnatural appearance of dentures, you might want to consider whether dental implants are a good investment for you.
What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are a permanent solution to tooth loss. They involve the surgical implantation of prosthetic screws into the jawbone that will serve as the tooth root. The screws will actually fuse to the bone, and then prosthetic teeth are fixed to the implants. The end result is teeth that appear natural and can last for decades, as long as you care for them properly.
What Are Some Benefits to Dental Implants?
Many people pose the question – why should I spend more to invest in dental implants when there are less expensive options available? There are actually a few great benefits to dental implants that make this choice well-worth the cost difference:
Natural appearance. Dental implants feel, function, and look just like natural teeth, and you won't have to worry about them moving out of place. Most people won't even be able to tell they aren't your real teeth.
Eat what you want. With dentures, you may need to change your diet and stop eating hard foods, and you could also find yourself replacing tough items with softer options that are high in calories and carbs.
Less trouble. With implants, you won't need to worry about the daily hassle of taking dentures out to clean them. You also won't have to worry about adhesives or messy dental creams.
If you are interested in learning more about dental implants, contact our office today.