Why You Should Consider Dental Implants

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If you’re suffering from tooth loss, whether it’s just one tooth or all of your teeth, it’s important to look for a dental solution that can increases the look of your smile and your quality of life. Dental implants are a versatile solution for patients who are missing one or several teeth, ensuring self-confidence and the ability to eat all of the good food you enjoy.

What are dental implants and how do they work? 
Most people think of dentures when they think of replacing missing teeth; however, dental implants offer an attractive solution that’s sturdier, more convenient, and longer lasting than traditional dentures. 

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that, when implanted in your jaw, can hold replacement teeth, such as a crown, dental bridge, or full arch prosthetic. Dental implants are composed of three unique components: the implant post, the abutment, and the restoration. Modern dental implants are typically made from titanium, which is very strong. Titanium dental implants fuse directly to the patient’s jawbone through a process called osseointegration. This process ensures an increased durability that results in a bite and smile that feels just like your natural teeth. 

What are the long-term benefits of dental implants? 
One of the greatest advantages associated with dental implants is that they offer long-term benefits that are not possible with traditional restorations. Dental implants improve and preserve the overall health of your smile by: 
  • Reinforcing and strengthening your jaw bone 
  • Preserving tooth and bite alignment
  • Protecting your facial structure from premature aging 
I’m interested. What do I do now? 
At Light Dental Studios in Bonney Lake, our dentists are committed to helping you find the right restorative treatment for your smile. Through our innovative technology and collaborative approach to comprehensive dental care, our Bonney Lake patients are able to visit our Lakewood or Puyallup dental practices to receive lasting restorations all in one office. Call us today to make an appointment to see if dental implants are a good option for you. 

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