Dental Implants from Campus Dental Care
Dental implants from Campus Dental Care could be the ideal replacement after you have lost one or more of your teeth. Implants are made of titanium or similar materials that are well suited to the human body. Implants are artificial replacements for teeth roots that support a restoration or a dental appliance.
Importance Of Replacing The Missing Teeth
Besides its cosmetic advantage, replacing the missing teeth will restore your ability to properly chew and speak. In addition, the space caused by the missing teeth may allow the surrounding teeth to shift into that space. This shifting could cause a misalignment in your bite that can result in problems with your jaw joint. These shifted teeth are harder to clean, making them more susceptible to gum disease, decay or even additional tooth loss.
What are the benefits of Dental Implants?
Dental implants are a realistic and durable tooth restoration that also benefits your oral health. With so many advantages over more traditional tooth replacements such as fixed bridges and dentures, it makes sense that so many patients choose dental implants. Some of the key benefits of dental implants include:
Durable and permanent. Because the implant fuses with the bone in your jaw, dental implant patients enjoy a long-term, realistic replacement. With good oral hygiene, dental implants can last a lifetime.
Incredibly lifelike. It’s hard to beat a tooth replacement that truly looks, feels, and functions just like natural teeth.
A confident smile. Improved self-confidence is common with our dental implant patients. They love smiling knowing that no one can tell that they have had a tooth restoration!
Enjoy eating again. Comfortably and confidently enjoy your favorite foods.
Protects bone health and structure. Dental implants replace the entire tooth, including the root, so they stimulate the bone under your gums to prevent bone loss just like natural teeth do.
Versatile. Dental implants can replace one or multiple missing teeth or even an entire arch of teeth.
Most patients are dental implant candidates. With advances in bone grafting techniques, most of our patients can successfully receive dental implants.
Come check us out to see if our dental implant procedure at Campus Dental Care could be the right solution for you!