Dental implants are the most durable and functional tooth replacement option available today. The implant is comprised of a titanium post that serves as the roots of your replacement tooth, a porcelain crown, and an abutment that attaches the crown to the implant. With correct oral care, a dental implant can replace a natural tooth for a life-time.
What Implants Involve
Implant restoration involves surgically anchoring implants into the jawbone below the gum line, then attaching an artificial tooth to those implants. After the implant has been placed, your gum and bone will continue to grow around it, ensuring that the implant stays firmly in place.
Benefits of Dental Implants
There are many reasons why dental implants are better than all other forms of tooth replacement. Implants cause fewer interruptions to daily life. Once the implant is placed, it serves all the functions of a natural tooth; no eating limitations or issues speaking. No other tooth replacement option can lay claim to maintain oral health in the way implants can. The bone, where the base of the lost tooth used to be, may go downhill over time, causing neighbouring teeth to shift and loosen. Implants are the only option that helps stop bone loss in the jawline. Implant placement surgery is among the most efficient sorts of surgery with a success rate of over 95%.