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Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants
Dental implants offer several advantages over other teeth replacement options. Not only do they look and feel more like natural teeth, they’re also more comfortable, aesthetically pleasing and durable. Unlike conventional dentures, implant-supported full bridges and dentures will actually replace some of your existing tooth roots and integrate systemically with your jawbone, keeping the bone healthier and allowing you to retain a more natural biting and chewing capacity.
In many cases, the loss of bone that accompanies conventional dentures can often lead to recession of the jawbone and a collapsed, unattractive smile. Not the case with implants.
The ability for the implant to fuse with the bone cells of the jaw over time enables an anchor-like security for your new teeth, resulting in no slippage of the hardware or unwanted movement from existing teeth that can create additional wear and tear over time.
How Dental Implants Work:
At Innate Dental Solutions, we offer a couple different possibilities for whole-mouth restoration surgery. But before you can understand your options, you need to first know the main players in any implant procedure.
During the dental implant procedure, a titanium screw (the actual implant) is embedded within the bone of the jaw or skull to support your dental prosthesis (your beautiful new teeth). Whether you choose the removable denture or permanent bridge, the implant will provide the anchored support necessary to ensure the prosthesis stays in place and there are no unwanted aesthetic implications or usability issues.
They look and function just like your normal teeth do. Only they are more durable and often times even look more desirable that your original smile.
Now, believe it or not, every tooth does not require an implant. In fact, whole-mouth reconstruction can be accomplished with just four implants on top and four on the bottom. And in most cases, you can restore your smile in just one day!
And, your prosthetic can either be removable or permanent. In both cases, they are supported by and anchored to your dental implants. With this type of dental restoration, the abutment is attached to an arch of prosthetic teeth that span across your entire mouth – restoring the beautiful smile you once had and the confidence you’ve been missing without it.