3 Benefits of Dental Implants

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Dental ImplantsDental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth that were loss to either some sort of accident or dental decay. By providing patients with a natural look and a long term solution to having a full smile and the ability to chew, dental implants are great for many patients. Read on to learn more about the benefits of dental implants.

What are dental implants?

To fully understand the many benefits of dental implants, it’s important to first know what dental implants are and how they are surgically implanted. Once your natural tooth has been removed and has had ample time to heal, Dr. Leslie H. Sultan will then surgically implants a metal rod that will act as your tooth’s natural root. After a few months of healing and to make sure that your jaw properly accepts the dental rod, Dr. Sultan will then place a dental crown over the top of the rod— the crown will act as your regular tooth. So, other than being a permanent solution, what are the benefits of dental implants?

  1. They Look Natural

As one of the greatest benefits to dental implants, they look just like your natural teeth. Because Dr. Leslie H. Sultan can match both the shape and color of your dental implants to your natural teeth, nobody should be even able to tell the difference.

  1. They Last Long Term

As long as they are taken care of properly, dental implants can last an entire lifetime. Although you might be tempted to avoid things like brushing and flossing twice a day with dental implants, that can actually lead to things like gum disease which can cause your implants to eventually fall out it gets bad enough. Additionally, dental implants can last a long time because unlike dentures that you can lose or drop and break, dental implants are securely implanted into your gums, which means that they can last an entire lifetime.

  1. They Help You Sustain Your Jaw Structure

Did you know that if you don’t have teeth in your mouth that your jaw bone will slowly start to deteriorate? Luckily, by having dental implants, you can prevent your jaw bone from any sort of deterioration and you can help to sustain your jaws natural structure.

To learn more about dental implants or to schedule an appointment, contact Dr. Leslie H. Sultan today!