How do dental implants work?

The implant is fused to the jaw bone, providing a stable support for the artificial teeth. Dentures and bridges placed on implants do not slip or shift in the mouth, which is an especially important advantage for chewing and speaking. This adaptation helps dentures and bridges (as well as individual crowns placed on implants) feel more natural than conventional ones.

For some people, ordinary bridges or dentures are uncomfortable because they irritate, have too narrow edges, or cause nausea. Additionally, traditional bridgework must be attached to the teeth on both sides of the gap. One advantage of implants is that adjacent teeth do not need to be worn down to support replacement teeth.

To receive implants, it is necessary to have healthy gums and adequate bone to support the implant. The patient must also assume the commitment to keep these structures healthy. Meticulous oral hygiene and regular dental visits are essential for dental implants to be successful in the long term.



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