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3 Ways Implants Improve Your Quality of Life

October 15, 2017
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Posted By: Andrew Anderson, DDS
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Living with a missing tooth is challenging, not to mention embarrassing! Eating and chewing become difficult and talking or smiling at other people may cause you to feel self-conscious. The good news is that modern dentistry offers reliable and effective solutions for replacing missing teeth, with dental implants in Edina at the forefront. Here are 3 ways that dental implants can improve your quality of life.

They Look and Feel Like Natural Teeth

Dental implants are designed to closely mimic your natural tooth because they restore both your root and tooth. A titanium post provides support for your new tooth, which is a porcelain crown designed to provide the function that you enjoyed before your lost tooth such as eating, chewing, smiling, and talking.

With custom shading and design, your implant is also designed to naturally complete your smile because of the aesthetic look of your new crown.

They Protect Your Oral Health

You may not even realize that your lost tooth is also impacting your oral health behind the scenes. Without a root to support, your bone begins to dissolve, which will eventually eliminate support for your other healthy teeth.

Without a tooth replacement, your healthy teeth will begin to shift into the open space. This increases your risk of developing tooth decay, cavities, or gum disease. It also causes bite misalignment, which can cause neck, shoulder, and facial pain, as well as headaches or migraines.

They're a Cost-Effective Choice

Implants are a very reliable replacement option as they boast a 95% success rate. They offer great longevity, and with excellent home care and regular dental checkups, they can potentially last a lifetime. This makes them the most cost-effective option long-term.

Would you like to learn more about dental implants? Contact your team at 50th and France Dental Care and schedule a consultation today!

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