When you lose your teeth, you lose an important part of who you are. In a very real way, losing your teeth can affect the way that you look. But the changes that happen in connection with losing teeth are not simply cosmetic. There is also a psychological and emotional change. If you enjoyed eating all types of food before your tooth loss, it may be that now that you’ve lost your teeth, you are reluctant about eating certain types of food simply because you don’t want there to be any embarrassing situations that happen. For some people, dentures are a good option. But even with dentures, there are limitations to what you can eat, how hard you can laugh, and how you will smile. There’s also the constant worry that your dentures are having a negative effect on your breath. If you are dealing with missing teeth, you may want to consider full-mouth implants.
If you’re missing one or more teeth and you’ve noticed how it is affecting you, it is likely that you’re interested in learning about dental implants. There are a lot of benefits to dental implants. The number one benefit is that they are as close to replacing your natural teeth as you can get. They are a long-lasting solution. You are able to use dental implants in the exact same way that you would use your teeth.
For individuals who are missing multiple teeth, there now exists the possibility to replace all of your teeth by having just a few implants inserted into your jaw and connecting a full set of teeth to these implants. This is a very quick solution that offers permanent results.
Not everyone is a good candidate for full-mouth implants. In order to qualify for this treatment, a person should have healthy gums. These individuals will also have enough jaw bone density to support the dental implant. After you get full-mouth implants, you will need to maintain your dental hygiene. As such, good candidates for the treatment understand and accept this.
Full-mouth implants can instantly transform your smile. For individuals who are ideal candidates, this procedure is relatively quick, very safe and highly effective. Talk to our specialist at Cascades Center for Dental Health in Sterling to see if you qualify for this treatment. Contact our office today to book an initial consultation!