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The Orthodontist in Silver Spring Explains the Benefits of Dental Implants

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In this article, the key benefits of dental implants are explained and some comparisons drawn up between them and conventional teeth replacement techniques.

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The Orthodontist in Silver Spring Explains the Benefits of Dental Implants

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  2. 2. MarylandMarylandMarylandMaryland DentalDentalDentalDental Implants:Implants:Implants:Implants: Non-RemovableNon-RemovableNon-RemovableNon-Removable andandandand ComfortableComfortableComfortableComfortable “Dental implants are placed permanently in the mouth and function very similarly to your natural teeth. This means that they cannot be removed and won’t shift around or fall out like removable dentures tend to. As a result, implants feel far more natural and comfortable to patients,” says an orthodontist in Silver Spring. “Additionally, they don’t require healthy teeth to be sacrificed in order to provide support for the replacement tooth, as is the case with conventional dental bridges. Dental implants are free standing, just like your natural teeth are and this spares the neighboring teeth.” MarylandMarylandMarylandMaryland DentalDentalDentalDental Implants:Implants:Implants:Implants: LongLongLongLong LastingLastingLastingLasting SolutionSolutionSolutionSolution Dental implants boast a longer lifespan than any other tooth replacement technique. Where conventional bridges last 10 to 12 years, implants can last 20 to 30 years if not longer. “The better care you take of your new teeth, the longer they are likely to last you,” says an orthodontist in Silver Spring. “In fact, many patients have had their implants for 40 years and they’re still going strong! Dental implants don’t tend to require frequent restoration and replacement like traditional removable dentures do.” MarylandMarylandMarylandMaryland DentalDentalDentalDental Implants:Implants:Implants:Implants: PromotingPromotingPromotingPromoting JawboneJawboneJawboneJawbone HealthHealthHealthHealth “One of the key benefits of dental implants is that they help to keep the underlying jawbone stimulated and in doing so, prevent the atrophy that can lead to a weakened bite and premature aging,” explains a MarylandMarylandMarylandMaryland dentaldentaldentaldental implantsimplantsimplantsimplants specialist. “This is why we recommend implants to patients over and above the conventional approaches to replacing missing teeth: dentures and conventional bridges.” ThanksThanksThanksThanks forforforfor ReadingReadingReadingReading

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