Dental Implants and Dentures

A dental implant is a titanium post that is inserted into the jawbone. Dental implants replicate the root of a natural tooth. This is a permanent solution to replace a missing tooth or teeth. The implant post Osseo integrates or bonds strongly with the jawbone. This creates an anchor, which is used to hold a replacement tooth. This option can be used to either replace single or multiple teeth, supporting crowns and even dentures. Implants are similar to natural teeth. They will require the same care and will likely last you a lifetime. Additionally, dental implants can help maintain the structure of your jaw, preventing the sunken in facial appearance that is often seen with patients with tooth loss.

Dentures are removable appliances for your mouth. They replace both missing teeth as well as some of the gum tissue. Dentures are made of a pink gum colored acrylic base. This base supports the denture teeth. Some dentures will include a lightweight metal framework that provides extra strength and support.


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