Many people who’ve experienced tooth loss have benefited by replacing their lost teeth with custom dental implants. While many of these benefits are similar for everyone, such as the improved support implants provide, others can be more specific, such as improving the performance and comfort of your existing dental restoration. Today, we take a look at some of the most important benefits of dental implants, and the way they can benefit patients in a variety of tooth loss situations.

Replacing an extracted tooth

While tooth loss can be a surprise to many patients, some conditions can require the proactive extraction of the tooth, making it possible to plan the loss of the tooth and the immediate reaction to it. Tooth extraction is typically recommended only for severe cases when a tooth can’t be saved, or has lost so much support that it’s at risk of being lost on its own. Extracting the tooth can allow you to plan on replacing it as soon as possible afterward. This not only streamlines your overall treatment, but also helps mitigate any effect the loss of the tooth can have on the surrounding oral tissues and structures.

Rebuilding an entire dental ridge

The loss or extraction of a single tooth is one thing, but the benefits of dental implants can be even more important when it comes to replacing an entire ridge of lost or extracted teeth. Complete loss of natural teeth and their roots on your upper or lower dental ridge can have devastating consequences for the rest of your oral health, as well as your bite’s ability to function properly. With an appropriate number of dental implant posts, you can enjoy more lifelike full-arch restoration, including the replacement of the stimulation that your dental ridge relies on to retain its strength.

Improving your current bridge or denture

If you already wear a dental bridge or denture to replace one or more lost teeth, then the most profound benefits of dental implants may be more apparent when compared to the performance of your existing restoration. With the support of dental implant posts, your bridge or denture can rest more comfortably and securely, remaining stable and secure as you bite, chew, speak, and smile.

Learn how you can benefit from dental implants

The process of rebuilding your smile after tooth loss, as well as preserving it from the consequences of the loss, can be more successful with the help of dental implants. To learn more, schedule a free consultation by calling The Dental Implant Place in Ft. Worth, TX, today at 817-560-0414. We proudly serve the residents of Ft. Worth, Dallas, Southlake, and all surrounding communities.