The Advantages of Dental Implants
Serving Portland & Vancouver Metro AreaYou’ve probably heard by now that dental implants can truly be a life-changing experience, but what exactly are some of the benefits of dental implants? How “life-changing” can they really be? Consider the following.
Custom Fit Means You Won’t Notice Them
The advantages of dental implants are many with chief among them being the function they offer. Like real teeth, and often better, dental implants provide a custom fit to your mouth. This fit, paired with the strength and security of this implement, means that the patient can expect unrivaled function. Function here refers to speech, chewing, general phonology, and all other typical uses of the mouth.
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Dental Implants Look Like Real Teeth
Function is great, but without comfort and a natural, real appearance, it is merely function. Dental implants are not merely functional but are also unparalleled in comfort and realness of appearance. With implants, there is no slipping, gluing, hiding, or any of that. For all intents and purposes, these are your real teeth, and unless you tell someone, they will never know.
Improved Oral Health
Another of the advantages of dental implants is that of overall improved oral health. The mouth and teeth therein form a system, and when some parts of that system are not functioning properly, it does affect other parts of the system. By designating implants to the areas of need, the rest of the patient’s mouth and tooth status is thus greatly aided and supported.
Improved Quality of Life
Not all of the benefits of dental implants are simply singular. The cumulative effect of security, a fantastic appearance, easy and normal mouth maintenance and cleaning, and improved functions is dramatic. To this end, the psychological improvement experienced by patients is arguably as important and profound as those improvements gleaned in the sense of physical and bodily health. Are you ready?
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