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The Benefits of Dental Implants
Posted on 6/23/2017 by Michael Mettler
Dental implants are the best option for strong, natural looking replacements for single or multiple missing teeth. Dr. Jonathan Gantz of Enhanced Dental Care can help those patients in who wish to replace a missing tooth with a more long-lasting and natural feeling option than dentures or bridges. Made from titanium, dental implants are utilized for the restoration of missing teeth. These implants are being placed within the jawbone and serve as a platform to retain the implant crown, thereby restoring the missing tooth. The procedure is performed with an incision in the gums, followed by inserting the dental implant inside the jaw bone where the original tooth root resided. After the dental implant has been inserted, gums will be sewn up while allowing time to enable the bone and gums to heal. The course of healing might take up to a few months, but it is vital that the bone and gums are adequately healed and strong enough to hold a prosthetic tooth in place.

Consultation:

Before a procedure starts, you will first have a thorough consultation and analysis with Dr. Gantz and his team. In the preliminary consultation, we will evaluate the teeth that require the implant(s). Upon the evaluation of the mouth, Dr. Gantz will make sure that there is strong and adequate bone for supporting the implant procedure. When there is inadequate bone, you do have the choice to receive a bone graft.

The Benefits of Dental Implant:

Different from bridges or dentures, dental implants are virtually permanent. Bridges may also be permanent, but this will depend largely upon the stability and health of the adjacent teeth to be successful. All things considered, implants are the more favorable option for prosthetic teeth as they are the more reliable and natural replacement for an actual tooth. In addition, dental implants are the only replacement option that will actually maintain the structure of the jawbone throughout your lifetime. When a tooth is extracted, the area of the missing tooth and surrounding bone will continue to resorb over time, losing that youthful appearance. Dental implants help maintain the dimensions of the jawbone just like teeth.

As for aesthetics, dental implants feel and look exactly like a real teeth. Bridges change the surrounding teeth on which they are being anchored and may even cause damage to those teeth in the long run. Dental implants merely replace each individual tooth, so they don't have any side effects upon the natural gums or surrounding teeth.

Aftercare Procedure:

Dental implants should be cared for, just as real teeth. You need to brush them regularly along with all the proper care associated with good dental hygiene. Plaque may build up on implants and should be removed thoroughly, or it may reduce the prosthetic tooth's longevity.

For individuals with missing teeth, dental implants often mean the difference between having the confidence to smile or hiding your mouth from the world. An attractive, healthy looking smile can truly affect your confidence at work and in your profession, which can have a positive impact upon your personal finances. In addition to your confidence, dental implants often make it easier to enjoy the foods you love!

There are many benefits and advantages you can have from dental implants. We invite you to contact Dr. Jonathan Gantz at Enhanced Dental Care in Walla Walla today for a consultation at (509) 525-9111.
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