Dental Implants and Facial Sagging – What’s The Catch?
Are you ready to live with a droopy face for the rest of your life because of missing teeth? If not, then take this blog as a sign to delve into the world of dental implants to prevent facial sagging.
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How Do Dental Implants Improve Facial Structure?
Proper Alignment of Tooth and Jaw
Alignment is necessary for your mouth to appear properly and prevent bite issues. Facial asymmetry due to empty spaces due to missing teeth is corrected easily with the help of implants.
Implants Halt Jaw Bone Shrinking
It is natural for your jawbone to lose its density over time if there is no root to stimulate it, resulting in bone shrinking. This, in turn, gives you a sunken appearance.
You can use either a single implant or multiple implants according to your situation to remedy this situation at hand.
Dental implants help keep the bone dense and stable so your facial structure looks full and youthful.
Dental Implants Prevent Further Tooth Damage
Slow but steady damage to neighboring teeth is a given because more pressure/stress is put on them. Therefore, you may be left with cracked or broken teeth – roadway to another problem needing a root canal.
Implants prevent the other teeth from moving and minimize pressure on them.
Your Body Will Adapt to Implants like Its Own Organs
With time, your body will continue to show compatibility with titanium implants. The bone surrounding the post will get stronger and denser. This will result in an uplift of your facial structure.
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Benefits of Dental Implants
Dental Implants Make It Easier To Eat
You can chomp and munch on your favorite nutrient-rich foods easily with the help of dental implants. Some of the items you can have are raw fruits and veggies, nuts, seeds, etc.
No Alignment Issue
Your teeth need each other’s support to stay stable and aligned. If, by any chance, one goes missing, the others will start taking its place. This results in unwarranted strain on the other teeth, muscles of your head, neck, and jawbone.
Good Response to Titanium
Titanium is readily accepted by the human body. It is easier for the implant to fuse into your bone, making implants more stable than other options.
Dental Implants Are Long Lasting
With proper aftercare; your implant success rate may go up to 98%. Dental implants last for years, decades, or even a lifetime.
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