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3 things about getting implants in Bolton

Years ago, peoplshutterstock_644475328e who lost their teeth had to choose between one of two options: get a fixed bridge or attach removable dentures. However, both of these options are arduous to maintain. They also cause a significant degree of discomfort. Luckily, dental implants brought a huge relief to dental patients across the globe. Dental implants are artificial titanium tooth roots that are surgically placed into the jawbone, just underneath your gumline.

Unlike dentures, dental implants do not come loose. In addition, there’s no need to anchor them to other teeth as is the case with bridges. Therefore, dental implants facilitate better oral health compared to bridges. With our highly trained dentists in our practice in Bolton, you can now get your dental implants safely and conveniently.

Here are 3 facts about dental implants you should know:

Dental implants feel and look natural
Implants are designed to look exactly like your natural teeth. Before a dental implant is installed, dentists collect your entire dental profile and use it to customise an artificial tooth that looks and fits like the rest of your teeth. The implant is fused to your jawbone, giving it a natural feel. Dental specialists will ensure that the crown of your dental implant is carefully designed to make it indistinguishable from the rest of your teeth. Lots of care should be taken when customising a dental implant. It’s important to seek dental services from a team of credible dentists who can be trusted.

When you finally get a dental implant, you’ll barely notice it’s there – it will feel as natural as all the other teeth. You’ll have the freedom to smile in public without getting eerie glances from friends and strangers alike.

They protect your healthy teeth
Some dentists prefer replacing your lost tooth with a dental bridge. However, the procedure used to implant dental bridges is quite invasive – parts of your healthy adjacent teeth have to be chipped off to ensure that the dental bridge is properly balanced. Luckily, dental implants don’t cause the rest of your teeth to suffer. A bridge or crown can easily be positioned directly onto the implant, helping to protect the rest of your healthy teeth.

Dental implants not only provide a strong foundation within your jawbone, they also guarantee that healthy teeth remain strong and healthy.

They have a pretty high success rate
Some people spend a significant part of their adult life in the dentist’s office. Others are prompted to undergo a myriad of dental procedures in an attempt to improve their dental profile. However, it’s a huge inconvenience when you have to visit the dentist several times each month. It is also emotionally and financially draining.

Your overall dental health will affect the success rate of your dental implant procedure. Generally, many dentists report having a 95% success rate with patients who receive dental implants. This is an extremely high success rate compared to other dental surgical procedures. According to a 2017 study, success rates of implant procedures improve when performed by experienced dental specialists.