8 Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants are a convenient and easy solution for people who have missing teeth. People can experience tooth loss for many different reasons, and implants can help to give patients their smiles back. Dental implants are the strongest option for tooth replacement.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial roots for teeth made from titanium screws that fuse to the jawbone. Here are some of the many benefits of dental implants.

1. Better Appearance

Dental implants look and feel like real teeth, so they can give you back the appearance of having a full smile after your procedure. They are also fixed in place, so you don’t have to worry about removing them.

2. Improved Speech

Dentures that don’t fit right can sometimes cause you to slur your words because the teeth can slip within your mouth. Dental implants, on the other hand, are completely stable because the titanium in the implant fuses to the jawbone, so they don’t move around at all. This can make talking easier because the implants allow you to speak without your teeth slipping.

3. Comfort

Other solutions like removable dentures can feel uncomfortable at times compared to implants. For example, improperly fitted dentures can move around in the mouth and can cause irritation as they rest on the gums.  Dental implants fuse to the bone completely, so they are often far more comfortable.

4. Easier Eating

Dental implants function like your own teeth, and you can generate forces as strong as your natural teeth. The experience of eating feels just the same as if they were your real teeth. This makes it easier to eat because your implants won’t move around at all while chewing. You won’t even have to think about your implants while you are eating, making the experience more enjoyable all around.

5. Self-Esteem

Having missing teeth may make you feel self-conscious about speaking or eating, and you may feel like you want to hide your teeth. By giving you your smile back, dental implants can help you feel like your best self and give you confidence in your appearance. You’ll have plenty to smile about once you see the results!

Face smiling with teeth and dental implants

6. Oral Health Benefits

Unlike other teeth restoration procedures, dental implants don’t require other nearby teeth to be impacted in the process. They don’t alter or reduce other teeth to support the implant like a dental bridge for example, so more of your own teeth are left intact. This can help to improve long-term oral health. Implants also allow easier access between teeth for flossing and brushing, which helps to contribute to better oral hygiene.

7. Durability

Implants are very durable and can last a long time without needing to be replaced or fixed. If they are taken care of properly, they can even last you a lifetime.

8. Convenience

Dental implants are a one-and-done procedure. Once they are in place, they never need to be removed. This makes them more convenient because they require less maintenance than other options, and there is no need for any adhesives to keep them in place. Overall, you have less upkeep as the patient, so you can return to your normal life.

Considering if Dental Implants are Right for You

There are many factors to consider when deciding if dental implants are the right option for you. Your overall health as well as your lifestyle can help determine if you are a good fit for dental implants. Dental implants may be right for you if you:

  • Have one or more missing teeth that you want replaced
  • Have a jawbone that’s reached full growth
  • Have adequate bone to secure the implants, or are able to have a bone graft
  • Have healthy oral tissues
  • Don’t have health conditions that will affect bone healing
  • Are unable or unwilling to wear dentures and would like a more convenient option
  • Want to improve your speech
  • Are willing to commit several months to the process
  • Don’t smoke tobacco

To learn more about dental implants or to make an appointment with Dr. Fienman, contact us online or call our office.

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