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How Dental Implants Work With Your Existing Natural Teeth

If you have missing teeth, dental implants are one of the best choices to replace them. Placing dental implants alongside natural teeth means placing an artificial root into your jaw. This root is made of titanium and actually fuses with your jawbone, becoming part of the bone. This can create a very natural look and can mean your new tooth functions just like all the teeth your body has grown naturally.

Once your dentist has placed your titanium root, the tooth is then attached to this artificial root. The new tooth can be shaped and shaded to look like the rest of your smile, so your new addition will match the color of your natural teeth precisely.

How Do Dental Implants Work With Your Existing Teeth?

One of the benefits of dental implants is that, unlike bridges, they do not get attached to your surrounding teeth. Since they stand alone, they do not place an undue burden on the rest of your jaw and teeth.

In addition, having implants instead of leaving a space empty means your jaw continues to work correctly. Your teeth stimulate the jawbone. When you lose one, you risk gum disease or deformation of the facial structure because your jawbone does not work the same way. With implants performing just like natural teeth, you reduce your risk of this outcome.

Do Dental Implants Work Along With Natural Teeth?

Not only do implants work alongside your natural teeth, but they can also be a better option than other replacement solutions. With dentures, for example, you may need to remove some remaining teeth to fit the denture. With implants, you can keep any healthy, existing teeth and get implants only for the teeth which are missing.

With dentures, you need to remove the dentures to clean them, and your dentures may become loose or uncomfortable. Dental implants work just like regular teeth, so you will have a beautiful smile 24/7 with the same comfort you expect from your own teeth.

Bridges are another tooth replacement option. Bridges are anchored to surrounding teeth and can place added stress on those teeth. This does not happen with implants.

Dental implants also do not require additional cleaning processes after the healing is complete. You will be able to brush your teeth and care for them the way you have always cared for your natural teeth. You won’t have to worry about buying denture adhesive, cleaners or special products.

Will Dental Implants Work Next to Existing Teeth?

Once in place, your dental implants will work alongside your natural teeth. In fact, they will provide structural support for the remaining teeth. They also take on their role in chewing, which helps prevent excessive pressure on your other teeth.

If you would like to know more about dental implants or are curious whether you would make a good candidate for implants, talk to your dentist about Hiossen® Implants. These innovative and safe options are designed to look and act just like your natural teeth, giving you a second chance at a perfect smile.