Our natural teeth help bone to remain strong and healthy. The forces we generate as we chew transmit through the tooth roots to the bone, which stimulates the maintenance of bone density. If a tooth is missing, the bone may begin to slowly shrink over time. With shrinking bone, the shape of your face may also change over time.
Dental implants transmit chewing forces to the jawbone which helps to maintain a healthy jaw and therefore preserve your facial structure.
A dental implant solution looks, feels and functions much like your natural teeth. You can feel more comfortable talking, smiling, eating and kissing too.
Dental implants are anchored as secure as a natural tooth in the bone. You can bite and chew naturally again and eat the food you like.
Preserves remaining teeth
Dental implant treatment preserves your remaining teeth by preventing the following problems to the teeth opposing and adjacent to the gap:
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