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Dental Implants Have Changed The Dental Industry

Dental implants are without a doubt the best option when repairing a damaged tooth or teeth. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that provide a solid and sturdy base for fixed, replacement crowns. While other tooth repair options (dentures, bridges, or flippers) can be helpful, they do not give the natural feel that implants do. Because they feel, fit, and function like natural teeth, dental implants have quickly become the new standard when dealing with a damaged tooth. It is important to find dentists and oral surgeons that you trust with a proven history when considering any kind of dental work. We have broken down the best options when it comes to a healthy happy smile.

Dental Implants Process

There is a long process that goes along with getting successful dental implants, involving a team of oral surgeons and a day to day dentist. First, a person must get surgery to remove every piece of the remaining damaged tooth from the gum. Doctors install a medical-grade titanium (or in some instances gold) implant fixture where the damaged tooth used to be. After the surgery is complete with the new implant, the patient is given “temporary crowns” for the next 3-6 months while the implant fuses to the living bone cells of the jaw. Once the implants have fused with the bone, the dentist will remove the temporary crowns and install permanent ones. These crowns have been specifically created to match the remaining healthy teeth in one’s mouth so that other people won’t even be able to tell the implants are there in the first place.



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