Here at Shine Dental Group, we know that your smile and your oral health matter. And for years, dentures and partials were really the only thing people considered when improving their smiles. Today, you have a lot more options and one is the use of dental implant surgery.
Dental implants are surgically placed into the mouth to create permanent replacements, unlike dentures that are removed. These implants replicate the look of your natural teeth as well as how they feel, and as a result they are gaining popularity. If you’re not sure whether or not they’re right for you, think about these five big reasons that it’s something worth thinking about.
- Self-Esteem and Confidence – The overall level of self-esteem, confidence, and happiness that you’ll have once the procedure is over is immense. The finished results are better than most dentures or partials, and that means that your satisfaction is better too.
- New Procedures – New procedures mean that not only are the results better, but they’re less painful and easier to recover from. Thanks to mini dental implants, you can recover from the procedure fast with minimal discomfort and start enjoying your smile.
- Permanent Results – Results are permanent. That means you don’t have to worry about dentures falling out when eating certain foods, or about taking them out to sleep. It’s the closest you can come to having real teeth.
- Easier Maintenance – Since the implants are permanent parts of your mouth, you’re able to care for them just like you would your regular teeth. Instead of removing them for separate cleaning, you just brush like always. This adds a level of convenience that is hard to ignore.
- Comparable Costs – This surprises many people, but the fact is that the costs of dental implants are now very comparable to traditional dentures. In other words, you get the benefits above without having to pay too much extra.
Simply put, dental implant surgery is something that deserves your attention. It could transform your smile in a significant way, and is often more affordable and less painful than you might think. To learn more, contact us to set up a consultation visit to see what we can do to help you with this procedure.