The dental industry has been revolutionized by dental implants. Before the invention of dental implants, patients had to rely on bridges and dentures to replace missing teeth. You can now replace a missing tooth permanently, whether it was lost due to injury, disease, or other oral health issues. Dental implants in Jupiter resemble natural teeth in appearance, feel, and function.
Dental implants performed by an oral surgeon or periodontist can provide patients with several advantages in addition to a beautiful smile. The surgery is permanent since implants are meant to fuse with the jawbone. One of the most significant advantages of dental implants is that there's no need to remove them like dentures or be concerned about them slipping out at inconvenient times.
The implants can also stimulate the jawbone of the patient, preventing bone loss. As a result, the patient won't have to worry about their implants falling out after a few years.
Finding dental substitutes that look and function like real teeth might seem difficult, but the dental implant system functions similarly to the body's natural system. There is a tooth (the crown) and a root (the implant).
Dental crowns will be made from a digital scan or impression at the dental lab and are formed from durable porcelain that will not harm other teeth. Furthermore, porcelain dental crowns are virtually indistinguishable from real teeth in appearance and feel, so no one will ever know they aren’t natural.
The dental crown is attached to an abutment, which connects the crown to the implant. Dental implants are a small cone-shaped item, generally a screw, that is inserted into the jawbone for increased strength and stability. The abutment is affixed to the flat portion of the dental implants, which offers a surface for the tooth to be attached to.
The tiny screw, like the root of a normal tooth, supports the tooth and works in tandem with the jawbone to support the new tooth. Even more impressive, patients never have to worry about removing the dental implants or giving specific care for them. Just brush as you normally would.
If a patient takes excellent care of their dental implants, they can last a lifetime. It's critical to keep the area around the implant clean to avoid infection. The infection can cause pain, inflammation, and possibly the implant's eventual loss.
Brushing the implant with the rest of the teeth should be done with a gentle toothbrush. This will prevent the implant's surface from being scratched. Patients should floss carefully around each implant to remove any food particles or plaque buildup along the gumline. Finally, it is vital to visit the dentist regularly.
Dental implants are a permanent method for replacing lost teeth if you have suffered from tooth loss. We at PGA Dentistry make dental implants that are as tough and long-lasting as genuine teeth. Contact us so we can help you begin the process of replacing your missing teeth.