Dental Implants a Permanent Solution for Missing Teeth
If you wear partial or full dentures and cannot remember the last time you saw your dentist for an adjustment, it may only be a matter of time before the dreaded teeth in the apple occurs. Worse yet, you could be tucking into a nice, thick juicy steak only to discover that your dentures have been left behind. Thankfully, there is a solution and it may not be a replacement for your partial or full dentures.
These days Dental Implants are quickly replacing cumbersome and uncomfortable dentures and once in place, are just as strong as natural teeth.
One of the biggest differences between Dental Implants and dentures is that false teeth can be removed. Dentures consist of lower and upper dental plates that fit over the gums and are usually held in place with dental adhesive. The adhesive actually helps provide a barrier between the plates and the natural gums to avoid irritation. Most people who wear dentures usually take them out before bedtime to clean.
Dental Implants are imbedded into your gums and a permanent solution when it comes to a missing tooth or multiple teeth. Because Dental Implants function just like your real teeth, there is no need for messy dental adhesive.
Most people believe that Dental Implants are much more expensive than dentures, but the cost differential between Dental Implants and a good fitting pair of dentures is not that great, especially when you consider that dentures need to be replaced every few years due to fluctuations in weight and age.
Dental Implants can last for the rest of your life. In fact, when Gosta Larsson had his Dental Implants surgically placed in 1965, they were still functioning until he passed away in 2006. Mr. Larsson was the first person to have Dental Implants and his lasted for forty years. Dental Implants have come a long way since that first placement and can last forever as long as you practice good oral hygiene.
If you would like to more information, schedule an appointment with your dentist who will be able to determine if you are a good candidate for Dental Implants, the only permanent solution for missing teeth.