tooth implants, tooth implantTooth loss is a common problem. It can be caused by age, an accident, oral infection, or poor oral care. It’s often embarrassing and can be hazardous to your overall health. While the most common treatment for missing teeth used to be either cosmetic dentistry or dentures, most people are now turning to dental implants, which are small titanium posts that a dentist places in the bone and gum tissue in your jaw as a natural substitute for your missing teeth. Dental implants are sometimes referred to in layman’s terms as tooth implants or posts.

Natural Tooth Replacement

Dental implants hold several advantages over other tooth replacement treatments like cosmetic dentistry and dentures. For one thing, dental implants stimulate your bone and gum tissue in the same way that your natural tooth roots do. This is important because your bone and gum tissue can shrink from lack of use if they are not stimulated. This is why dentures so often fail to fit after several years. Tooth implants also don’t rely on your remaining teeth to anchor your new replacement teeth the way that cosmetic dentistry procedures like dental bridges do – these can shift your remaining natural teeth out of alignment!

A Firm Bite

Another advantage of dental implants is their longevity and firm fit. Dental implants are the only method in restorative dentistry that can give you a new tooth that you can clean and chew with exactly as you would a natural tooth. They hold your replacement teeth firmly in place. Dentures, on the other hand, require adhesives to be held in, and slippage is a common resulting issue as a result. Meanwhile, traditional dental crowns also are known to fall off or break, especially when they are made from porcelain. But dental implants can firmly hold your new teeth in place as no other restorative dentistry option can: whether you get full dental implants to replace all of your teeth or only one or two tooth implants to fix minor tooth loss, a dental implant is reliable when placed by an experienced dental implants dentist.

Get A Free Consultation From Our State-of-the-Art Office

The Dental Implant Place is a practice in Ft Worth Texas that has focused completely on dental implant surgery since 2007. Our dental implants dentist, Dr. Steve Brown, is a world-class implant surgeon who has placed over 8000 implants and trained dentists from across the United States in their use. If you’re suffering from tooth loss, call our office today for a free consultation, and get your smile back.