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January 31st, 2022
Losing a tooth, especially several, can have a tremendous impact on a person. Not only can it negatively affect how you eat, but it can also lead to long-term consequences such as gum disease or a deteriorating jawbone.
There are several ways to replace missing teeth, but the most optimal and popular solution is by way of dental implants. This is a procedure we recommend to our patients at Pro Grace Dentistry when it comes to replacing missing teeth. But before you go rushing to your dentist for an implant, this article will provide you with all the information you need as to what exactly dental implants are and how they work.
Simply put, a dental implant is an artificial tooth root typically made of titanium that is surgically placed in your jawbone. This is to replace the root of the natural tooth which acts as a support for the replacement tooth (the crown). The dental implant will be placed beneath the gum tissue, which is then stitched back into place. It may take several weeks for the titanium post to become firmly attached to your bone and your gums to fully heal.
Dental implants at Pro Grace Dentistry are a minimally invasive way to replicate a missing tooth. The result is a restorative solution that feels like your natural, strong teeth!
Pro Grace Dentistry uses medical-grade fixtures that naturally cling to the jawbone cells to create stronger anchor support. This will prevent slippage and eating difficulties that are common issues for a patient after having dental implant procedures done.
Whether you are a younger or an older patient, closing the gaps in your teeth with a natural-feeling replacement will benefit your long-term oral health. It will keep your teeth functioning harmoniously, protect your gums from disease, avoid jawbone deterioration, and give you the confidence to smile and eat your favourite food!
"If there were 6 stars, I would rate Pro Grace with that. Everyone, from the front desk to the surgeon were very knowledgeable and welcoming. It made my visit that much more enjoyable."