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How Dental Implants Positively Influence Oral Health

Most of us already know that a dental implant is the best tooth replacement option available today. However, when we think about a dental implant, we imagine a gap-free grin. We picture smiling with confidence and renewed self-esteem.

While these things are true, dental implants also improve your oral health.

Let us explain.

A Dental Implant Prevents Bone Loss

When a tooth is missing, your jawbone shrinks without the support of that tooth’s root. Bone loss can lead to a caved-in appearance in the face, impact chewing, and create the perfect dip for adjacent teeth to move toward over time.

A dental implant prevents bone loss by taking the place of your tooth’s lost root.

A Dental Implant Prevents Shifting

When teeth are missing, existing teeth shift toward these empty spaces. This causes an impaired bite and limited dietary choices.

A dental implant prevents shifting.

A Dental Implant Helps Prevent Wear on Existing Teeth

When remaining teeth are counted on to do all the chewing, this causes these teeth to wear down over time.

A dental implant restores balance, giving teeth equal time when chewing.

How Dental Implants Work

A dental implant is a thin titanium post surgically implanted in your jaw. This post bonds with your jawbone over a period of months and becomes your new tooth root! Following this bonding of titanium to bone, our top Seattle, WA cosmetic dentist places an abutment and your life-like tooth restoration.

Your dental implant does the following:

  • Gives you a great smile
  • Prevents bone loss
  • Ups your dietary choices
  • Prevents shifting
  • Prevents wear on existing teeth

And it only gets better! A few strategically placed implant posts can support an entire arch of life-like tooth restorations.

Yes, dental implants are that strong!

Contact Our Dental Office

If you’re considering dental implants, contact Gulf Coast Dental today. Our team is standing by to schedule your dental implant assessment.

 

Pursue a Healthy Smile Today

Ready to talk with a Pensacola, Florida implant dentist about your oral care goals? Contact our center today to set up a consultation! We look forward to hearing from you and providing the superior level of care you deserve from your dental care professionals.