Dental Implants in
Houston, TX

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Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Are You Satisfied With Your Smile?

Missing a tooth can keep you from enjoying life to the fullest. It can make it difficult to eat or speak clearly. You might not want to smile in public for fear that people will notice that gap in your teeth.

Missing teeth can also negatively affect your health because your teeth may shift, leaving you with a misaligned bite and causing tooth decay and bone loss. A gap in your teeth may also increase your likelihood of developing gum disease because of the extra space for food and bacteria to accumulate.

Dental Implants Can Help You Love Your Smile

Dental implants can fill the gap of where your missing tooth used to be, preventing all of the negative consequences of missing teeth. Dental implants even prevent the bone loss that often accompanies missing teeth. They look natural and don’t require any special care. If you have more than one tooth missing, dental implants are an excellent alternative to slippery dentures.

Dental implants are:

  • Stronger and more durable than dentures
  • A permanent solution for your missing teeth
  • Natural looking and almost impossible to distinguish from natural teeth
  • More comfortable and longer lasting than dentures

Keys to Dental Implant Success

Keys to Dental Implant Success

Given the many benefits it brings to the patients, dental implants have significantly grown in popularity in the last years. Traditionally, dental crowns and removable dentures are the leading options, but with the increasing awareness of the people of the truth capacity of implants, they have completely overcome other options.

Dental implants are exemplary teeth replacement options. Unfortunately, even with its amazing success, there are some reported cases of failures. These may be related to different things.

Some reasons for implant failure include:

Poor oral hygiene. The dental implants are embedded in the jaw bone and they take the place of the roots of the natural teeth. Just so, they rely on bone and the periodontal ligaments for stability and when the health of this structure compromised, the implants fail. Poor oral hygiene will mean increased plaque build-up that can disrupt the health of the periodontium. Advanced gum disease can lead to gum recession and bone loss, which will lead to observed mobility on the implants.

Trauma. When there is premature contact or when there is constant and traumatic load or pressure on the dental implants, it will cause them to fail. This is most especially significant when the implants have not established stabilization, yet. When an implant is subject to the force that exceeds its capacity, it will lead to destabilization that may be related to bone loss.

Smoking. Smoking is a generally bad habit that needs to be stopped. With dental implants, smoking disrupts blood circulation, so that healing is impaired. If a patient chooses to continue smoking even after the implants are placed, the health of the gums and bone will be compromised, and the implants will fail.

Health. The reason why patients are properly assessed prior to implant placement is because that there are certain health conditions that contraindicate the placement of implants. If a patient fails to disclose such conditions, they could easily lead to the failure of implants.

Nerve Impairment. Before the implants are placed, the bone is properly assessed so that the right size of implant will be used. With proper planning, all should be well but over-instrumentation can occur, at which case, the nerves will be permanently or temporarily impaired, leading to its complete failure.

Your knowledge of the above information is valuable because it will help you better prepare for your own implant placement procedure. By being aware of how some cases failed, you can protect your own investment and ensure success.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Benefits of Dental Implants

In the past, if you were missing teeth and wanted to have that gap filled or corrected, the only options available were dentures or bridges. However, the modern advancements in dentistry have come up with a new solution: dental implants. Dental implants involve implanting an artificial root where a tooth is missing and then placing a crown over the implant. Unlike dentures, they don’t sit on the gums, and unlike bridges, they don’t rely on adjacent teeth. They stand on their own and act as a strong replacement tooth to support and boost your smile. There are many benefits of dental implants that make it an ideal choice for many situations.

Benefits of Dental Implants

  • They aren’t reliant on other teeth for support like bridges are.
  • They don’t slide around on the gums like dentures do.
  • They mimic the appearance of natural teeth, so they look and feel like your own.
  • They restore your speaking capabilities that were impaired by missing teeth.
  • They restore your chewing capabilities that were impaired by missing teeth.
  • They don’t need to be removed and re-adhered over and over again. They just stay in, like natural teeth.

How long do they last?

Dental implants can last for the rest of your life if cared for properly. They need to be cleaned and kept healthy just like normal teeth. If you don’t brush and floss properly every day, it can be problematic in that the bacteria in your mouth will attack your teeth and dissolve its surfaces, just like getting cavities in your regular teeth. Practice good oral hygiene, and remember to smile!

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