The Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants have become the most popular and reliable teeth replacement system available to patients. The reason for this is the immense benefits that dental implants offer patients with missing teeth. Missing teeth patients can expect to receive improved oral health, restrengthening of their jawbone, oral function, increased confidence in appearance, and much more. Dr. Ross would like to remind his patients that dental implants permanently replaces missing teeth so that patients can go about their day without having to worry about removing their teeth replacement system to clean them. Dental implants require maintenance and cleaning to maintain oral hygiene, but it’s not any different than what you would do to take care of real teeth.

What’s All the Hype About

As stated above, dental implants have the potential to promote oral health, but another strong point that should be discussed in more depth is oral function. Our oral anatomy is so vital to our way of life and how we communicate to other people. Whether it be eating foods from different cultures, kissing, speaking to other people, using our oral anatomy is probably the most used part of our bodies. In terms of relationships with other people, having missing teeth can cause bad breath in addition to an unsightly appearance.  This may affect a person’s love life or professional life.  There is a negative stigma that follows people with missing teeth and many employers will judge you based on how you carry yourself and your appearance.  Employers want to hire someone who will represent their company in a positive light.

Dental implants will boost your confidence in yourself and your appearance, allowing you to show the world who you really are. Missing teeth are not attractive, but more importantly they are not healthy. Bacterial infections are usually the culprit behind missing teeth and these bacterial infections can take a great affect on the overall health of your body. For instance, many people with Alzheimer’s and diabetes, have poor oral health that either is exacerbating their illness or was brought on by a bacterial infection that originated in their oral anatomy. Our body is connected to every nook and cranny throughout. For this reason, it is pertinent to maintain good oral practices with your dental implant to prevent bacterial infections from compromising your health and dental implant system.

Contact Dr. Smile More in Delray Beach, FL

Dental implants are an innovative system that can transform a person’s smile and promote oral heal at the same time. It is important however to maintain oral hygiene to prevent harmful bacteria from sabotaging your oral health and the function of your dental implants. Dental implants are designed to last for a life-time and provide you with consistent support, so long as you care for them. If you have any further questions regarding dental implants, or would like to schedule your FREE consultation with us today, please contact us and we will be more than happy to assist you. We hope to hear from you soon and to help get you on the road to a healthier smile and body.