When you obtain dental implants you will look much nicer, but there are more benefits to implants than improving your appearance. If you are missing one or more teeth, it is something to consider.
Preventing Bone Loss. If missing teeth are not replaced, your jaw will start to lose bone mass. If bone loss continues, it can harm the nerves and muscles in your mouth. You can develop serious oral health issues when bone loss occurs.
Better Oral Health. Missing teeth can affect your oral health. As one example, healthy teeth will shift to accommodate the missing teeth. Healthy teeth can become loose, and you can be at an increased risk of tooth decay. Instead of losing one or two teeth, all of your teeth can be at risk.
Easier Oral Care. A full set of natural, healthy teeth is easier to clean and maintain. It is more difficult to floss and brush when there are gaps between your teeth. When you cannot practice good oral hygiene, you are at a greater risk of tooth and gum problems.
Avoiding TMJ. One health issue associated with missing teeth is TMJ. While there can be a number of factors that contribute to temporomandibular joint disorder, one that is simple to correct is to have missing teeth replaced by dental implants.
Better General Health. When you are missing teeth, eating is difficult. You may experience problems chewing your food, which can lead to digestive issues. When you cannot bite or chew properly, you may be sacrificing nutritious foods and foods you truly enjoy.
Personal Convenience. Oral health helps you speak clearly, smile with confidence, and feel good about your appearance. You do not need to allow missing teeth to interfere with your daily life.
Providing dental implants is a simple procedure for your dentist. You will appreciate making this decision when you start to experience the benefits. Your oral health and general health can be better, and you can enjoy the nutritious foods you like the most.