The Advantages of Dental Implants
If you are self-conscious about your smile, you may feel like you’re missing or broken teeth compromise your whole aesthetic appearance. However, there are now options available to correct these dental issues. One such treatment is dental implants Tijuana.
Dental implants are a relatively new procedure which has been developed to allow the replacement of missing or broken teeth. The implant usually takes the form of a titanium pin which is used as an artificial root for prosthetic teeth or bridges. This can allow them to function and feel like a natural tooth. Your dental professional would assess the viability of this treatment option and advice whether it is better to have an implant with a single crown or use the implant as a support for a bridge replacing several teeth. This form of treatment can even be used to replace a full mouth of teeth with an implant supported bridge or denture.
While this treatment method may be a little more expensive than other more conventional treatments, it does have a number of advantages.
The dental implants look, function and feel like your own natural teeth
They can restore your natural looking smile, which is a boost to self-confidence and esteem.
The implant can replace a missing tooth without compromising the health of the adjacent natural teeth.
The implant will eliminate the need for dentures and the associated inconvenience of adhesives, rubbing and clicking noises.
The prosthetic teeth will not slide or move while speaking or eating which provides total confidence without restricting your choice of foods or social activities.
The implants are generally made from titanium which offers a tough biting force which is similar to a natural tooth.
They provide a solid foundation, which is considered a permanent solution for replacement teeth treatment.
Generally, the implant is inserted and then allowed to heal for a few months to ensure that it is properly bonded to the jaw. The strength of the union will be tested to ensure it is sufficient to hold the prosthetic tooth or bridge. This can then be mounted onto the implant to provide a natural looking tooth replacement.