If having a problem with missing teeth or poor oral health, it is possible that dental implants will be the best option to make your smile perfect again and to improve your oral health. Dental implants are simply the best solution for missing teeth because they are sturdy, last long, comfortable, and look just like regular teeth. The merits of dental implants go on and on, as clearly indicated by FW Cosmetic and Family Dentistry. Almost every oral surgeon would recommend having dental implants to replace gaps in your teeth where teeth have fallen out or rotted away.
Health benefits you would expect from implants
Dental implants are so great because your oral surgeon will drill into your jaw bonewhere your missing tooth was to make a hole where the single tooth implant will go. Your oral surgeon will then place an implant like a mold into the hole in your jaw bone and then put another cap on top of that to make the implant look like an actual tooth. The new implant will be white and natural looking so that no one would ever know that you had a dental implant by looking at you.
First of all, it is a sudden boost of self-assurance. You feel good about yourself for you know you look good. This percolates to your mood and attitude and gradually your sunny disposition spills over in your productivity, relationships and overall all life’s matters. Self-confidence is one of the key ingredients for success.
Better aligned teeth, capped teeth, bridges, crowns, all of these improve not only the looks but also the operation of the mouth as well as a boost in your self-confidence. You can speak more. Clearly, you can chew better, and you can clean your teeth better.
Better oral health
Any of these imperfections such as gaps, mismatches, and missing teeth can become a portal to infections and other bone related problems. Your gums may get inflamed; plaque may quickly build up, teeth may start moving displacing other teeth, and cavities can form and so on. Cosmetic dentistry, besides making teeth looks so beautiful, help to maintain and to promote oral health.
Prevention of jaw bone mutation
When teeth are not used correctly for lack of proper alignment or because some are missing, the jaw is ultimately affected. You might feel it right away, but over the years, the quality of the jaw bone would deteriorate allowing for a loss of teeth or massive infections.