A sudden incident that has knocked your teeth off or a tooth extraction can begin to be an embarrassment when we recover from the incident and start interacting with people around. When the front teeth get knocked off, the embarrassment is further augmented. You wanted to smile tight lipped and laughing out loud is simply rule out. Losing a tooth can be an emotional trauma too.
It does not come as a surprise when many surveys point to the fact that a beautiful smile works magic in anyone’s career and professional life. People with attractive smile leave a lasting impression on people.
There are many options available to restore your beautiful smile. If your dental region has many missing teeth, dentures can restore your smile. But the comical sounds the dentures would make and the occasional slippages can cause you even more embarrassment.
The option that receives a perfect thumbs-up is to go in for dental implants. They are indeed the best solution for either single tooth missing or multiple teeth missing.
Well, this depends on the outcome of the evaluation done by your dentist. It is imperative that the patient speaks about his or her medical conditions quite frankly (as per medical records) with the dentist. Particularly for people with diabetes and heart conditions, they need to specify their underlying medical conditions to the evaluating dentist. Also your dentist needs to be informed of any medication you may be under.
It would not be an exaggeration if we say that dental implants are near equivalent to your natural teeth. As they get fused to the jaw bones naturally (osseo-integration), they are very stable. When the implants are fixed with crowns that look natural on the abutments, they are hard to distinguish from the natural tooth. The other important advantages offered by dental implants are