Learn How Dental Implants Can Boost Your Confidence

Posted on: April 10, 2019

Having confidence in everyday life is something that people strive for in different ways, and dental implants could be the solution. Although someone may not realize it, having good-looking teeth can play a big factor in how someone feels about themselves. If they are missing a tooth or multiple teeth, this could be one of the most significant factors taking away their confidence.

However, with technology advances in the dental field, there are more options to help people get back the teeth they need and have the confidence that they once had. One of the best ways of replacing a missing tooth or multiple teeth is using dental implants.

What are dental implants?

A dental implant is a method of tooth replacement that has swept the dental field and is the top choice for dentists and patients for replacing a single missing tooth or even all the teeth in a person’s mouth.

First, the dental implant is positioned in the person’s mouth. Second, a dental crown is fastened on top. The fantastic and great aspect of dental implants is that they work and function just like a person’s natural teeth. Because dental implants are not removable, care and maintenance are done just as for a person's natural teeth, including brushing and flossing.

How are dental implants placed?

The first part of having dental implants inserted is for the dentist to ensure that the patient's jawbone is strong enough. A metal spoke is inserted directly into the person’s jawbone. If the bone is not strong enough, there are options to strengthen the bone before the procedure.

After the metal spoke has been inserted and fastened to the jawbone, an abutment is put directly on top of the spoke. The final step is securing the dental crown on top of the abutment, and the dental implant process is complete.

Do dental implants look like natural teeth?

One of the main reasons patients love dental implants is that they look and feel just like natural teeth. Brushing and flossing are done on the implants, and there is no shifting or movement of the teeth that people who opt for dentures as their tooth replacement option have to deal with.

Can dental implants really boost confidence?

Absolutely! Since dental implants look and feel like natural teeth, there is no worry about dentures slipping out or moving and having to be adjusted. Having the peace of mind that comes with dental implants is a confidence boost in itself. Since they look just like natural teeth, someone will have the smile and grin they had before any tooth loss.

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Have more questions about dental implants and getting back the smile and confidence that you once had? Give our office a call, and we will be glad to answer any questions that you have about dental implants or other dental procedures. Call us today!

Request an appointment here: https://aplus-dentistry.com or call A+ Dentistry at (734) 495-9468 for an appointment in our Canton office.

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