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Natural Looking Dental Implants in Cranbrook

Sometimes, the best solution for unhealthy teeth is to replace them. When this happens, we offer the option of dental implants in Cranbrook. Dental implants work by affixing a titanium post into the jawbone via surgery. This titanium post essentially replaces the tooth root. One of the main advantages of a dental implant, as opposed to a denture or a bridge, is that a dental implant is both permanent and self-sustaining – in other words, a dental implant does not come in and out of the mouth the way a denture does, and it does not need to be affixed to the teeth around it, like with a bridge. If this is an option you would like a consultation about, contact our team at the Cranbrook Family Dental. 

 

The benefits to dental implants

With so many options to choose from, it can be a difficult process to determine the right option for you. Here are some benefits in getting dental implants:

  • A strong jawbone is the added advantage of the implants: Implants are the only treatment that stimulates bone growth. Other restorations, for example, dentures, let the jawbone deteriorate.
  • Dental Implants do not undergo decay: Our natural teeth can fail because of wear and tear, gum disease, or cavities. On the other hand, titanium implants cannot decay like natural teeth. However, good oral hygiene is still important to protect the gums near the implants.
  • Biting power: Dental implants restore your biting power. Your bite strength with implants allows you to eat what you love without having to worry about the problems of teeth shifting and pain.
  • They can last a long time: Dental implants can potentially last the rest of your life. You only need to take care of them with brushing, flossing and regular check-ups.

If you are thinking about getting dental implants, contact us to schedule a consultation with Dr D Eric Nelson today.

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