Thursday, September 10, 2009

Ask about Dental Implant

hannah  ask :
There are basically two types of implants. Those that are placed on the jaw bone, but under the gums, and those that fit into the jawbone similar to the root of a natural tooth. Each type offers solid, non–mobile support for replacement teeth which act and feel like natural teeth. Since both types are attached to your jawbone they can provide distinct advantages over traditional methods of replacing missing teeth.

• Implants restore proper chewing function and so you can enjoy foods previously too “Difficult” to eat.
• You feel confident that your replacement teeth won’t move or loosen.
• You regain the closest thing to the look, feel and function of your natural teeth.
• Throw away those sticky adhesives.
• Forget about unsightly partial denture clasps which place damaging pressure on remaining natural teeth.
• Eliminate irritated and painful gums.
• Improve your speech by eliminating or reducing the “Fullness” of full or partial dentures.
• Replace missing teeth with the look and feel of natural teeth without having to “Cut down” healthy teeth.
• Dental implants help stop the progressive bone loss and shrinkage of your jawbone by “Mimicking” the    roots of natural teeth.
• Dental implants are clinically proven with a success rate in excess of 90%.

Admin reply :
Dentists must be careful that “commercials” like the one above will set patient expectations very high. When things don’t turn out right, the dentist involved will have a lot of questions to answer.
Implants are indeed the ultimate way to replace missing teeth - provided conditions are favourable. Many patients who wish to have their missing teeth restored with implants are not ideal implant candidates.

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