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Multiple Dental Implants
Dentist speaking with beautiful Black woman about multiple dental implants Smile Dental Care If you have more than one missing tooth, you should not replace each of them with just single implants. The best available option, instead, is to replace them with multiple dental implants. The reason for this is that this method allows you to replace all of the missing teeth at the same time. Moreover, this procedure helps improve your chewing power, is more affordable, is stable, and it also improves the appearance of your smile. Do you have several missing teeth due to injury, gum disease, or decay? Would you like to bring back both your beautiful smile and chewing capacity? If your answer is yes, then it is time you visited us at . Our team will give you all the necessary information as to whether you are an ideal candidate for multiple dental implants, and why it may be the best option when compared to alternative dental treatments.

Placing Multiple Dental Implants


With other dental treatments like bridges, a dentist has to cut a section of the neighboring healthy tooth before attaching the bridge. This affects the healthy tooth and might weaken it. The same does not apply to multiple dental implants, as nearby teeth are not involved in the procedure. The dental implants themselves look like cylinders or small screws made of titanium. They are placed into the jaw to serve as a tooth root. Inserting implants is not a complicated process, but it may take between two to six months to allow the implant to fuse with the bone. Once the implant has healed, a small metal post called an abutment is then connected to the implant. This gives the implant time to heal tightly around the bone and form a firm foundation for placing the crown and abutment. The final stage of this process involves replacing the teeth by attaching the crown to the abutment.

Advantages of Multiple Dental Implants


Dental implants have more advantages over other teeth replacement methods. For instance, multiple tooth implants help in preserving your bone, as your tooth roots are replaced with the implant-supported bridges. Conversely, the bone that was around the tooth root can start to deteriorate when you have removable partial dentures. Dental implants, on the other hand, bond with your jawbone and help keep the bone healthy and intact. In addition to being durable, multiple dental implants are easy to take care of and can help to restore your natural smile. Another benefit of dental implants is that they act as your natural teeth and can help keep the adjacent teeth healthy. Apart from maintaining your facial structure, they also help keep gum disease at bay, as a gap between your teeth can be a place for decay-causing bacteria to form.

If you have one or several gaps between your teeth, please do not take a long time to replace them. The more time you take to replace the missing teeth, the more your jawbone recedes. Moreover, the other healthy teeth will shift towards spaces left by the missing teeth and weaken your jawbone.

If you would like to learn more about multiple dental implants, please visit us here at Smile Dental Care by calling us at today.

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Archer Heights


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872-266-2202

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