Dental Implants: Making Life Worthwhile

Dental Implants Can Light Up Your Smile    Image by Thai Jasmine (Catching up…) via Flickr Dental Implants can mean enjoying a carefree meal and laughing with your family whenever you want. No need to feel self-conscious about the quality of your teeth. You will be able to confidently bite into toffee or brittle and give a big old grin in family photographs. If you are missing one tooth or multiple teeth, Dental Implants will replace the missing teeth so you can eat and smile with the rest of them! There are two different parts of a tooth that can be lost, the crown or the structure of the root. If the crown of the tooth is broken off but the root is solid, then the aesthetics of the tooth are affected, but the tooth may be able to be repaired with a crown.  If the root is damaged as well, then the issue is of a more serious nature. Whenever the root of a tooth deteriorates, the jaw line suffers. These missing teeth cause patients to look older because the shape of their face changes. Dental Implants can help to correct this problem.  Dental Implants allow you to eat and feel natural while doing so.  They are fixed right to your jaw line to blend in with the structure of your teeth. They may cost more than dentures do, but they are a worthwhile investment in the long run and are a sturdy, comfortable, attractive alternative. Dental Implants have a lifetime guarantee. If every family photo is worth a thousand words of love and happiness, then these Dental Implants...

Cosmetic Dental Implants

Image via Wikipedia At various times in life, you may find yourself in a situation where you have a large gaping hole in your mouth due to an accident or a tooth that had to be extracted. Depending on where the space in your mouth is located, it may visibly ruin your smile or simply make it awkward to chew your food. If you find yourself in this position, it may be time to see what cosmetic dentistry implants can do for you. With the aid of an excellent surgeon you can get your smile and mouth back into prime condition if you are willing to take the time to visit with a cosmetic dentist. Most of the time, a dental surgeon will use a metal device often referred to as an implant that can be placed into the area where the hole is present. The device is generally made of titanium and is placed directly into the jawbone to replace and occupy the space of the tooth that is missing. The best part of cosmetic dentistry implants, is that unlike using a gap filler such as a dental bridge, the implant is designed for permanent use so you never have to worry about it again. The implant is made to replicate an actual tooth root and thus it can anchor down any artificial material that is shaped to represent the missing tooth such as a bridge, crown, or denture. Thus, if you want to get your jaw line back in tip top shape, you may want to consider putting in cosmetic dentistry implants so that you can restore...