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This two-part article series explains the innovation of dental implants, the benefits and advantages that come with dental implants and why they offer a far superior solution to missing teeth than ...

This two-part article series explains the innovation of dental implants, the benefits and advantages that come with dental implants and why they offer a far superior solution to missing teeth than traditional dentures.

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  • 1. This two-part article explains the innovation of dental implants, the benefits and advantages thatcome with dental implants and why dental implants offer a far superior solution to missing teeththan traditional dentures.Welcome back to Part 2 of this article series. In our previous article, we discussed the innovation ofdental implants, what benefits they offer and how traditional dentures can create a host ofproblems varying from physical pain and oral health risks to personal embarrassment andinconvenience.The benefits and advantages offered by dental implants have resulted in these wonderful devicesbeing regarded as one of the most important breakthroughs in the field of dental science in recentdecades. Besides the very important fact that they are pretty much indistinguishable from naturalhealthy teeth, the biological bond formed between the jawbone and the titanium screw constitutingthe dental implant allows for the entire tooth replacement structure to stay firmly ‘rooted’ in thejaw and function like a natural tooth! Dentists in pueblo CO provide long term comprehensivesolutions to single and multiple missing teeth and they do this using dental implants.In addition to the facts we discussed in Part 1 of this article series, dental implants achieve crucialfunctions that aid in sustaining an excellent standard of oral health:Dental Stability: When you lose a tooth and leave it without replacement, the neighboring teethbecome loose and start shifting in order to fill in the gap left behind. This becomes problematicsince this instability travels from one tooth to the next, ultimately causing the whole dental arch toweaken. Dental implants support the adjacent teeth, keeping them stable and healthy.Functional Stimulation: Dental implants replace the complete missing tooth, from the root to thecrown. This not only provides an aesthetically pleasing and functional answer to a missing tooth, italso restores the essential foundation of ‘functional stimulation’ (associated with eating andchewing) that the missing root formerly supplied the underlying jawbone. This ‘functionalstimulation” helps to preserve good bone volume, preventing the atrophy and remodeling processthat leads to premature aging and further tooth loss.
  • 2. Preservation of Your Beautiful Smile: When we lose a tooth or multiple teeth, the gum tissueand bone in the area start to waste away due to a remodeling process caused by atrophy. Allowingthis condition to worsen by leaving it untreated can often create a difficult-to-fix aesthetic problemwhen smiling. Inserting a dental implant in place of the missing tooth as quickly as possible willensure that the shape of your bone and gum tissue remain healthy, and in this way will protect theexcellence of your stunning smile!Dental Implants: Lasting a LifetimeThe incredible expertise and skill that goes into the manufacturing of dental implants andadvanced techniques allows oral surgeons in Colorado Springs to provide patients withreplacement teeth that can last a lifetime if looked after properly. The placement of dental implantsnot only leaves you with a completely restored and functional bite, but dazzling oral aesthetics thatwill make you smile while you continue your life as if you never lost a tooth in the first place. Therereally is no better option out there. So when the time comes to consider your options for dealingwith a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth, ask your local dentist/oral surgeon about dentalimplants!Thanks for Reading