Your smile is one of the first things someone notices about you. But if you’re self-conscious because you’re missing teeth, you may actually start to avoid social settings.
Thankfully, it’s possible to restore your smile with implants. Dental implants look, function and even feel your own natural teeth.
Implants are metal posts that surgically inserted into a person’s jawbone underneath the gums. Once they are set in place, the implants allow the dentist to place man-made teeth onto them. For people tooth replacement to be able to chew normally.
Since the implants eventually fuse to the jawbone, they give the necessary support for the artificial teeth. Bridges and dentures that are mounted to implants won’t slip or move around in your mouth as dentures do. For people in need of tooth replacement, this is especially beneficial when it comes to speaking and eating.
In order to receive implants, a patient must have healthy gums and bones to support them. Furthermore, patients must take responsibility and commit to making sure that structures remain healthy. Performing proper oral hygiene and going to the dentist regularly is essential to the success of implants.
Dental implants in Fort McMurray come in various shapes, sizes, heights, and types.
Here are the two main types of implants:
Unlike other dental restorative procedures in Fort McMurray, implants function like your own teeth. They are permanent and do not need to be removed for cleaning.
For adults who are missing teeth due to injury, infection or tooth decay, dental implants are a viable solution. In fact, implants are also a smart choice for teens between the ages of 16 and 18 once facial development is complete.
Here are a few other benefits that come with implants:
If you’re considering dental restoration, we’re here to help. Contact us today for more information about implants and they can benefit you.
Dr. Yohannes Melkie obtained his
Biomedical Science degree from the University of Ottawa and his Doctor
of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Western Ontario. After graduation, he moved to Fort Mac,
where he has practiced since.
Dr. Melkie follows various conferences and training sessions to stay current so he can provide the best quality treatment to his patients. He enjoys collaborating with patients to ensure they get the best care.