Dental implants are man-made tooth roots to secure your replacement teeth naturally. When teeth are removed, the jaw bone heals by collapsing inwards upon itself. Unless tooth roots are there to stimulate the bone, the bone continues to shrivels away. Because bone loss is painless, you may think it's not happening to you. Guess what? It is!

Bone loss in the jaws occurs with everyone, any time you are missing teeth. And the reality is it won't stop until you die. Luckily, dental implants are a life-long solution to missing teeth. They are very durable, stable and strong and will last many years, however, on occasion, they will have to be replaced or tightened due to normal wear.

Dental implants can be used for many reasons, including:

  • To replace one or more missing teeth without affecting adjacent teeth.
  • To resolve joint pain or bite problems caused by teeth shifting into missing tooth space.
  • To restore a patient’s confident smile.
  • To restore chewing, speech, and digestion.
  • To restore or enhance facial tissues.
  • To support a bridge or denture, making them more secure and comfortable.

Why Dental Implants?
Your mouth is a mirror, reflecting your health In addition to the aesthetic and practical function of having all your teeth, the benefits of implants far outreach just an oral standpoint. They impact your overall health in dramatic and critical ways. Your mouth is like a mirror to your health; any disease related to your...
Benefits of Dental Implants
Compared to traditional dentures, the advantages of dental implants are numerous. While some advantages may seem obvious, others not so much. Here's a list of some of the aesthetic and dental health advantages with implants.
Implants vs Real Teeth
Every dentist will generally agree, a healthy tooth is always the preferred, most optimal option when dealing with your oral health. However, when that isn't necessarily an option, dental implants are the next best thing. An overriding goal of implant dentistry, is to re-create the beauty and function of your natural teeth.
Implants vs Veneers
If you are missing teeth for whatever reason, your jaw bone heals by collapsing inwards upon itself. Unless tooth roots are there to stimulate the bone, the bone continues to shrivels away. When you experience bone loss, it can be detrimental to not just your mouth, but your health. You'll look older, your mouth won't...
Implants vs Dentures
At Dentalways, we think wearing traditional dentures is a pain. There’s no other way to say it. Dentures often make you feel and look older, cause embarrassment in social situations when they slip and click, and restrict daily activities like the basic act of eating and drinking. They also cause sore areas on your gums,...
Recovering from Dental Implants
While obviously each person’s case is different, recovery after dental implant surgery generally occurs in a series of phases. The primary focus with your new dental implants should be maintaining proper oral hygiene. For the implant to properly fuse with the jawbone, it must remain clean. When properly cared for, a...

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