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07/May/2022

Dental Implants for Recreating Smiles: A Beginner’s Guide

Smile, it’s free therapy.” – Douglas Morton

There are a lot of quotes about smiles that people can find on the internet. Smiling is one of the most basic and easiest things we all do. However, if a person is missing a tooth, they may get a bit conscious while smiling. Losing a tooth can take a toll on a person’s confidence and self-esteem. In addition to this, it can also make it difficult for the person to perform the most basic tasks, such as talking and chewing. 

Fortunately, there is a “go-to” solution for the problem of ‘missing a tooth’ – dental implants. Whether a person is missing just one tooth or more than one, dental implants can fix this problem permanently. 

Dental implants have slowly gained a lot of popularity and are becoming the Gold Standard in tooth replacement technology. They are not only durable and reliable but also appear immensely natural. In this article, we are going to discuss dental implants and how they can help in recreating an attractive smile. 

What Are the Top Benefits of Dental Implants?

Dental implants can offer a number of incredible benefits. They can restore smiles and enhance the quality of life of a person. Here are some of the top benefits of dental implants – 

  • Dental implants are permanent and can last a lifetime

Standard dental bridges, veneers, or dentures can last for 8 to 12 years. They need to be replaced after this period because of the damage or wear and tear. However, that is not the case with dental implants.

One of the most common questions related to dental implants is – “how long do dental implants last?” A straightforward answer to this question is that with proper care and upkeep, dental implants can last a lifetime. This offers people a state-of-the-art tooth replacement solution. 

While a person may have to visit their dentist over time for small adjustments, when compared to other options, dental implants become the best choice. 

  •  Dental implants look and feel natural

One major reason behind the popularity of dental implants across the globe is that they look and feel exactly like real or natural teeth. Implants are available in a wide range of shapes and sizes and are designed to match the appearance of natural teeth. 

They even function like natural teeth when it comes to basic activities, such as talking, brushing, chewing, and more. It is almost impossible for anyone other than the dentist to know which teeth are implants and which are natural ones. This can help people regain their confidence and self-esteem. 

  • Dental implants help in preventing bone loss

Many people are familiar that dental implants can restore the functionality of the mouth. However, there is one more benefit of implants that most people do not realize. Dental implants can prevent the loss of bone mass in the jaw. 

When someone loses a tooth, their jawbone sinks and droops inwards due to the lack of stimulation. The jawbone needs proper stimulation in order to maintain its mass. Fortunately, dental implants prevent this by providing the proper stimulation to the jawbone. This helps in keeping the jawbone strong and durable.

  • Dental implants help retain the shape of the face

The facial structure of a person is supported by teeth. When a few teeth are missing, the facial structure loses that support, which results in a change in the shape of the face. This change in facial structure can make people appear older.

With dental implants, the facial structure gets similar support as offered by natural teeth. Hence, they prevent any change in the shape. 






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