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Benefits of Dental Implants You Don't Know

We know how hard it is to choose the right dental treatment when you suffer from missing or damaged teeth. We believe that in most cases dental implants are the best option to restore your smile and in this article, we explained to you why.
Benefits of Dental Implants You Don't Know
We know how hard it is to choose the right dental treatment when you suffer from missing or damaged teeth. We believe that in most cases dental implants are the best option to restore your smile and in this article, we explained to you why.
Choosing the right treatment for those who face the problem of damaged or missing teeth may be baffling. However, if you weigh all the pros and cons, one of the options happens to be more advantageous and it is dental implants.

Dental implants are medical devices surgically implanted into the jaw to restore a person's ability to chew or their appearance. They provide support for artificial (fake) teeth, such as crowns, bridges, or dentures.

In most cases, the dental implant procedure is a perfect solution to fill missing teeth areas as it has multiple advantages over other alternative dental treatments such as dental bridges or partial-total dentures. We listed some of the most essential ones down below:

1. No need to damage your neighboring teeth

Dental bridges presuppose shaving down at least two neighboring teeth even if they're healthy to use as bridge abutments. Sometimes it leads to teeth oversensitivity and might even cause the need for root canal treatments. To sum up, shaving the neighboring teeth shortens their lifetime dramatically.

Fortunately, dental technology reached the advanced point of installing dental implants. These titanium screws inserted inside of the bones make the shaving on neighboring healthy teeth 100% unnecessary.


Getting a natural-looking smile is one of the main concerns, however, there is nothing to worry about as dental implants use such aesthetic materials as Emax or zirconium crowns that are tailor-made to match the color of your surrounding teeth. As a result, patients benefit from a completely natural and aesthetic appearance once the procedures are completed. The nightmare of plastic teeth and dentures is over this innovative treatment allows us to use an individual approach towards each patient and make your dream smile a reality.


Avoiding bone loss is an undeniable perk of dental implants other tooth replacement options such as dental bridges or partial-total dentures simply cannot boast. When you lose a tooth because of mobility or untreatable damage to the tooth, bone resorption appears in this area over time as the bones are not functional anymore (no teeth to support them). Eventually, it makes you look much older, lose your features and it might also weaken your jaw bones as well as cause some jaw junction problems in the long term.

However, dental implants make it possible to forget about the above-mentioned problems. Simply, when a dental implant is placed into your jawbone, it gets surrounded by your bone cells. These bone cells begin to be stimulated under the chewing forces when your dentist puts the implant crowns three months after the surgery. These stimulations prevent your bones from getting recessed dramatically.


By following a few simple rules, you can ensure the longevity of your implants and implant crowns and even make them last for a lifetime. Brush your teeth twice a day, use dental floss, and set up your doctor's appointments regularly. Thus, you can improve the quality of your life with your well-cared-for and long-lasting implants. It should be noted that such factors as smoking and severe teeth grinding are harmful to your dental implants.


Dental implants are more cost-effective compared to other treatment options. One might doubt that, but if you take into consideration the treatment duration and the longevity of dental implants, the price difference becomes obvious.


We all know from our elder relatives that life with dentures can be challenging. Mobility of the dentures when eating or speaking, inability to eat solid food like boiled chicken or apples, and constant problem of food getting under the dentures are some of the most common reasons. The majority of people prefer dentures over implants just because they lack the necessary information, as they are a relatively new solution. Dental implants allow you to enjoy any food you like without suffering from these complications.

7. give you confidence

Dentures are removable restoration materials for missing teeth. They are very affordable and easy to get but occasionally denture users can feel uncomfortable because of the dentures’ mobility. Especially lower dentures might become very irritating when you talk or eat as your tongue and the oral floor push them up. Moreover, you need to take them out of your mouth when sleeping at night to maintain oral hygiene. These situations can be very unpleasant for the ones who spend lots of time with other people around. Implants allow these dentures or implant bridge crowns to be fixed in the mouth like they are original teeth and this gives you much more confidence.

8. no gag reflex

Upper dentures cover all the palatine area to get the vacuum effect that allows them to be immobile while installing and wearing them. This structure of the upper dentures reduces the ability to taste and provokes a gag reflex. Furthermore, their significant size might make you feel uncomfortable. Dental implants, on the other hand, feel just like natural teeth.
We hope this article will come in handy when you choose the right dental treatment for yourself. Dental implant procedure must be seen as one of the operations that require profound knowledge and experience in oral surgery. It is our priority that this process goes as smoothly as possible with the help of our professional surgeon. Contact us to make an appointment and start your treatment.
on June 17, 2022
Author: Dr. Aras Selcuk
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