Advantages of dental implants
Dental implants are accepted by dental professionals for over 40 years, as a successful and trusted method of tooth replacement used today. Act like your natural tooth root. You do not feel the difference. Are made of bio-compatible materials. As a result, they are accepted by your body. Your implant can actually last a lifetime with proper care and good oral hygiene. Maintain natural bone, and minimize further bone loss due to bone stimulation – one of the most important advantages. Provide stability and comfort, for a wide variety of replacement teeth solutions.
Delivering a proven, successful solution.
Dental implants are widely recognised to be the most successful method of tooth replacement used today. Placed by specially, trained dentists, implants and modern prosthetics are hard to tell apart from your natural teeth. The colour, shape and contour of replacement teeth can be adapted to match that of your natural teeth. And with dental implants, healthy teeth do not have to be compromised.
Maintaining a youthful appearance.
Maintaining your natural bone is one of the most important advantages of dental implants. With missing teeth, the bone begins to resorb over time. Significant bone loss can shrink the contours of the jawbone, causing wrinkled lips and a sunken mouth and chin. Dental implants can help counteract that by preventing resorption of the jawbone, stimulating bone growth and stopping bone loss.
Preserving your healthy teeth.
With conventional dental bridges, adjacent teeth are used as anchors and must often be ground down. Dental implants eliminate this need and allow natural, healthy teeth to be preserved in their original state.
Comfortable solutions that last.
The latest prosthetics and implant solutions are very durable. They are more stable, more comfortable, and more functional than conventional dentures. And because dental implants are made of bio-compatible materials, they are also more tolerated by the body. With proper care and good oral hygiene, a prosthetic solution will last for many years. A dental implant can actually last a lifetime.
Providing stable retention and security.
The stable retention of prosthetic solutions and implant-supported tooth replacements offers strength, reliability and durability similar to that of natural teeth. Crowns, bridges or prosthetics are securely anchored to integrated dental implants. This eliminates some of the main problems of conventional prosthetics, poor fit, gum irritation, pressure points, speech and taste impairment. The result is an aesthetically comfortable, reliable and stress-free solution.