If you, or anybody you know has missing teeth, they do not have to just learn to live with the gaps in their smile. There is a tried, tested and reliable solution available called dental implants. This innovative solution gives patients replacement teeth that look, feel and behave just like natural, healthy teeth. You now can restore your smile to its former glory with dental implant treatment at Dental Implants Hampshire. Dental implants can be used to restore one, several, or even a whole mouthful of missing teeth.
Here are a few facts about dental implants in Hampshire.
They are super strong
The artificial root of a dental implant is made from titanium, which boasts strength and biocompatibility. The implant is carefully placed directly into your jawbone. New bone tissue grows and wraps itself around this artificial root, creating a solid foundation for the attachment of replacement teeth.
They protect your jawbone
Gaps in your smile can cause health issues, such as the loss and deterioration of your jawbone. Without the roots of teeth in the jawbone, it gets the idea that it is no longer need and starts to break down. Dental implants in Hampshire behave like natural tooth roots, sending the necessary signals to the jawbone, telling it to stay strong and healthy. This ultimately ensures your facial structure remains intact and you don’t experience that sunken-cheeked look often seen in long-term denture users.
Free from cavities
Though you will need to take good care of your dental implants, they are not susceptible to cavities. However gum disease can still affect their stability, so good dental hygiene remains important.
Eat, drink and speak without worry
Dental implants in Hampshire can resolve issues with biting and chewing and can even improve your speech – all problems that you may be putting up with after tooth loss. So you will be able to eat all your favourite foods again and talk without worrying about your replacement teeth slipping about.
Built to last
Dental implant technology is robust and long-lasting. With good dental hygiene and regular dental check-ups, dental implants can last a lifetime.