The following are some of the benefits that you could expect after implant placement.
1. Prevent bone loss
The placement of dental implants will prevent the naturally occurring deterioration of the bone called resorption, and once restored, it will also impede the migration of the adjacent teeth. Your jawbone needs the stimulation it gets when your teeth connect to the roots to maintain its mass.
Dental implants are the only tooth restoration option that replaces the jaw bone stimulation, preventing bone loss.
2. Restores bite force
Because dental implants are anchored into your jaw with a titanium post that replaces the tooth root, they allow you to bite with more or less the same amount of force you could use with your natural teeth.
Missing teeth or removable restorations make chewing difficult. Dental implants feel and function like your teeth because they are fixed, allowing you to chew and eat your favorite food confidently and pain-free.
3. Enhanced appearance
Dental implants support crowns that have the look and feel of your own teeth. Also, they provide a supportive structure for enhancement of the soft facial tissue.
4. Prevents a sunken face shape
Your teeth provide support to your facial structure. When you lose several teeth, you lose that vital support needed to maintain for face structure. The general outcome over time is a sunken jaw.
Dental implants eliminate the discomfort and awkwardness of removable restorations or dentures.
6. Eliminates getting cavities
"By far, the biggest indicator of success is having the right prosthodontist at the helm of your dental implant procedure. The right prosthodontist makes all the difference."
--- DR. REZA KHAZAIE, DDS, PROSTHODONTIST
7. Enhanced oral health
Individual implants improve oral hygiene by allowing easier access between teeth for cleaning. Additionally, dental implants allow your teeth to be restored without altering the adjacent teeth (unlike traditional bridges), preserving more natural tooth structure, and improving your long-term oral health.
8. A permanent solution
The worst thing about removable dentures is that as their name suggests, they are removable. Dental implants not only eliminate the need for messy adhesives, but they also eliminate the inconvenience of removing your dentures.
What Kind of Smile Do You Want?
The first question Dr. Reza asks his patients is, "What kind of smile do you want?"
It's an important question that defines the results that are necessary to bring patient happiness.
Dr. Reza says, "My goal is to keep that happiness by making sure our patient's happy with the end result."
9. Improved speech clarity
10. Enhanced self-esteem
Dental implants can help you feel better about yourself by giving you back your smile and your self-confidence, in some cases in ONE DAY.
11. Improved strength and durability
Dental implants are very durable and can last a lifetime in many cases if adequately cared for. With good care, dental implants can last a lifetime.
Recognized Expert or Dentist?
A prosthodontist is a "recognized expert" who has years of advanced training in restoring and replacing teeth. They are specialists in cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, All On 4 dental implants, dentures, bridges, dental crowns, TMJ disorders, and more.
Kim, a patient of Willow Pass Dental Care, recently consulted with Clear Choice, a dental chain about dental implants. Kim said, "Went to Clear Choice for consult. (But) I need a more reasonable option with a professional with more experience than my regular dentist."
It could be a big mistake to trust your teeth to an amateur or a dental professional who does not devote most of his professional time to cosmetic dentistry and dental implants.
12. Easy to care for
The great thing about dental implants is they are easy to care for. They don't require special products, adhesives, cleansing tablets, or special flossers. You just brush and floss like you would with your natural teeth.
13. Supports remaining teeth
A gap due to tooth loss will eventually cause your teeth to shift position, leading to misalignment and potential changes in your facial features. Dental implants fill those missing tooth gaps allowing you to maintain jaw structure, even teeth, and a beautiful smile.