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Your Dentist in Columbia Can Help You Improve Your Quality of Life With Dental Implants

March 27, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbatson @ 9:54 pm
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Are you sick of having to clean your dentures after every time you eat? Soaking them overnight in a special solution? Maybe your dentures have slipped while in the middle of an important conversation. These inconveniences, although seemingly minor, have drastic impacts on your day-to-day life. It would be hard to resist if somebody told you that you can have the natural look of your teeth without all the hassle and daily maintenance that dentures require. And even better, that there’s an option that can be healthier for your gums and bone surrounding your teeth. Your dentist in Columbia can improve your quality of life with dental implants! 

What Are Dental Implants?

Whether you’re missing a single tooth or an entire arch, it’s important to have those replaced to avoid detrimental damage to your mouth. Dental implants are the superior option for tooth replacement that you’ve been dreaming of.

So how do they work? Implant posts are placed beneath your gum to stand in place of the structure of you missing tooth’s root. After that, your replacement tooth or teeth are attached, making a sturdy and natural permanent stand-in. They help promote bone tissue growth, unlike dentures, and rather than restoring just the part of the tooth you can see, implants replace the entire structure.

What Are The Benefits of Dental Implants?

Dental implants have many advantages, some of which are:

  • Natural feel and appearance
  • Easier to eat and speak than with dentures
  • Less maintenance than dentures
  • Boost in self-confidence
  • Better oral health
  • Long-lasting

It’s no surprise that they can drastically improve your quality of life and give you significantly less to worry about. But one thing to keep in mind is that in order to be an ideal candidate for them, you must have exceptional gum and bone health to support the implant posts.

The largest advantage of getting dental implants is that you won’t have to stop your day every few hours to maintain your dentures. Your quality of life will improve drastically when you make the decision to get them. Not only will it benefit you physically by supporting bone growth and keeping your face from drooping, but you’ll be able to let go of all the small inconveniences that dentures add to your life.

How Much Do Implants Cost?

In order to get a precise estimate, you will need to schedule a consultation appointment with your dentist. Depending on how many teeth you’ll need to be replaced, the price can vary greatly. Typically, implants aren’t covered by dental insurance, although there is a possibility that your medical insurance may, depending on the cause of your tooth loss and your insurance plan.

How Do I Take Care of Dental Implants?

Dental implants are practically identical to upkeep as your regular teeth. It’s important to brush twice a day, floss, and use mouth rinse to kill bacteria. They cannot be removed, so you don’t have to worry about soaking or taking them out after eating. Regular dentist checkups are also the key to maintaining healthy implants and gums.

You don’t have to put yourself through all the stress and inconvenience of a purely aesthetic solution like dentures anymore. Instead, improve your quality of life with dental implants! Take the first step by contacting your dentist to schedule an appointment today.

About the Author

Dr. Philip Batson has been serving his hometown of Columbia for years. To him, dentistry isn’t simply a profession, it’s a family tradition of attentive and individualized patient care. As the President of the Missouri Academy of General Dentistry, Dr. Batson focuses on continuous learning so that he can give his patients the most up-to-date care. For any questions or to schedule an appointment, visit our website or contact us at 573-721-9039. 

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