Why should you consider dental implants?
Dental implant technology has revolutionized the field of dentistry in the last two decades. A dental implant is a great way to replace a missing natural tooth with an artificial one. It is an efficient procedure with a very high success rate. If the implant used is of higher quality, and the procedure is performed by an experienced dental implant specialist, then the chances of success are excellent. However, the operating dentist needs to ensure that the patient is a good candidate for the implant. Further, the bone and tissue at the site of the implant should be sufficient for a stable implant too.

The key advantage with the dental implant is that it is a very conservative treatment. Unlike the traditional tooth replacement techniques such as bridgework, the dental implant remains isolated from the neighboring teeth. In bridgework, the adjacent healthy teeth are required to give support, which compromises their natural strength. But an implant stands on its own, without affecting the adjacent healthy teeth in any way.

The dental implant also conserves the bone structure around the missing tooth. When the implant is placed, it gradually integrates with the bone and tissue. The bone is stimulated , and the bone recession slows with the implant in place.

A dental implant does not require any special maintenance or precautions. The patient is likely to forget in some time that he or she has had a dental implant. Aesthetically as well as functionally, the dental implant performs almost the same as a natural tooth. It is a fixed structure, so there is no hassle of removing it as in the case of dentures. The cleaning of a dental implant can be carried out as normally as the remaining healthy teeth.

In fact, even for those who are using dentures, a dental implant can be used to provide added support and stability to the denture. The implant helps to keep the dentures firmly in place, and provides improved functionality and comfort to the patient.

Millions of satisfied patients around the world have been using dental implants for years, without any issues of discomfort, unreliable performance or implant failure.
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