5 Reasons Dental Implants May Be the Best Choice to Replace Your Missing Tooth
Having a missing tooth can be embarrassing and can prevent a person from chewing, eating, and talking correctly. There have long been options to fix this issue, such as dental bridges. Today there is an even better option: Dental implants. Keep reading to learn more about them and then contact California Dental Group at (800) 407-0161 if you are ready to make an appointment with a dentist.
They Provide a Strong Bond
You Can Enjoy a Perfect Smile
Implants Are Not Uncomfortable
They Provide a Permanent Fix
A dental implant actually replaces the root of the tooth you have lost, which means they are put deep into your gumline. As a result, the implant actually bonds directly with your existing bone and you do not have to worry about the implant coming loose. Generally speaking, dental implants are as sturdy, strong, and dependable as a natural tooth.
There is no question that there can be a stigma against a person who is missing a tooth. This stigma can make them lose their self-confidence and feel uncomfortable. With a dental implant, there is no way for a person to see that you have an implant. It will look just like your other teeth and you can have that perfect smile you have been wanting.
Some of the older options for replacing natural teeth were very uncomfortable or downright painful. This is not the case with an implant. Once you have it put in, you should not have any pain or irritation from it. You will not have to worry about taking it out and cleaning it, as you would with dentures.
The other replacements for missing teeth must be removed and cared for. They can potentially be lost and they can be damaged. This is not the case with a dental implant. You treat just as you would your natural teeth. Brush it, floss around it, etc. If you take care of it and the gum around it, there is no reason that you should not expect it to last for the rest of your life.
Dental Implants Provide Customized Solutions
No matter what tooth is missing, or how many are missing, dental implants provide a solution. You can replace a single tooth in the front, back or middle of your mouth. You can replace all of your teeth with implants. In short, you can get exactly the function and fit you need.
Are You a Good Candidate for Dental Implants?
Are you ready to find out more about dental implants and whether or not they are the right choice for you? If so, contact California Dental Group at (800) 407-0161 and we can schedule an appointment. Once we have examined you, we will have a better idea of the options that would work best for you.