By JP Dental Care
January 04, 2019
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: dental implants  

Dental implants take advantage of the bone-bonding capabilities of titanium to create artificial teeth that last and feel completely natural. dental implantsYour dentist, Dr. Jintae Park of JP Dental Care, offers dental implants from his Reno, NV, office.

The science behind implants

Dental implants are small posts made of titanium that are used to restore missing tooth roots. They're placed in openings made in your jawbone and eventually topped with dental crowns to create complete tooth restorations.

If any other type of metal was used, your implant wouldn't be successful. In fact, the crown attached to it would wobble with each bite you took. Instead, titanium, a lightweight metal, fuses with your jawbone during a process known as osseointegration. The process takes a few months and results in strong, secure implants that are just as stable as your natural roots.

As soon as your Reno dentist determines that osseointegration is complete, he adds a connector to the top of the implants and makes an impression of your mouth that will be used to fabricate a dental crown. Thanks to the impression, your new dental crown will be indistinguishable from your natural teeth.

Advantages of dental implants

Dental implants offer a few unique benefits, including:

  • Better Biting: You won't experience a reduction in biting power with implants, a problem that can be an issue with other restoration methods.
  • Options for Multiple Tooth Loss: Dental implants don't just restore single missing teeth; they're also an excellent option if you've lost several teeth or need to replace all of your teeth. Implant-supported bridges and dentures are often more comfortable than their traditional counterparts due to how they are securely rooted in your jawbone through osseointegration.
  • Improved Appearance: Implants fill the gaps in your smile and prevent your teeth from shifting. After you lose a tooth, your other teeth may begin to drift toward the opening. Shifting teeth often overlap, which affects your appearance, may change your bite, and makes it harder to remove plaque from your teeth.
  • Healthy Jawbone: Your jawbone remains strong due to constant pressure exerted by your tooth roots. If you don't replace lost tooth roots with dental implants, your jawbone may gradually begin to shrink, which can affect its ability to support your other teeth and the muscles in the lower half of your face.

Restore your smile with dental implants! Call Your Reno, NV, dentist, Dr. Jintae Park of JP Dental Care, at (775) 853-0503 to schedule an appointment.

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