When you lose your teeth, wearing dentures can replace the gap, but it will eventually need replacements because the bone that supports the roots disappears as well. This makes the gum on that area shrink resulting to loose dentures.
On the other hand, dental implants were made of materials that are human tissue friendly. Dental implants can support and spread the pressure properly on the jawbone produced by chewing. Thus, having dental implants can help preserve the bone and prevent the gums from shrinking.
Moreover, after the dental implant is placed surgically into the jawbone, the dentist can place the replacement tooth on top of the dental implant without the need of tooth shaping, unlike when placing dental bridges. In case that there are multiple teeth lose, dental implants can also be used to support the dental bridges. Or, in the case that there is no natural teeth left, the dental implants can also be used to enhance the denture attachment.
In conclusion, dental implants enhance the chewing ability, solve loose denture movement problem, boost self-confidence, and adequate for long-term oral health.
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