How Lifelike Implants Can Complete Your Smile

young pretty latin woman smiling confidently pointing to own broad smile, positive, relaxed, satisfied attitude against orange wallNothing is worse for your grin than losing one or more teeth. Having gaps in your smile not only blemishes it, but can cause a decrease in confidence as people become more and more self-conscious of their appearance. What’s more, structures removed due to infection or other means can actually become a detriment to your bite’s function. Fortunately, your Allen, TX dentist at Allen Family Dental can help you restore your smile’s appearance, function, and overall strength through the use of dental implants.

Aesthetically Pleasing

Enhancing your grin cosmetically helps to bring it back to its radiant and healthy appearance. But what happens when a structure is actually missing? The restorative dental process of receiving a dental implant can actually benefit you by providing an artificial structure with a lifelike appearance and thus, completing your smile without the indication of blemishes or inconsistency. For more information, contact our office today.

Can Restore Your Bite

Function is a major part of your smile, and if it is unable to perform as it should, you can begin to experience a myriad of problems and difficulties, including having an uneven bite or acquiring difficulties in enunciation. A dental implant and restoration, however, offers a method of restoring your bite in a simple and efficient process.

Every tooth is comprised of the crown or top and the root, which is embedded in your jaw bone underneath the gum line. The root acts as an anchor and provides a secure connection so that your teeth can withstand bite pressure without dislodging or breaking. When a structure and root are missing, however, your bite must make up for the uneven distribution of pressure and, thus, causes unevenness. If it is not corrected, it can cause problems such as difficulty eating, chewing, biting, and even speaking. Further, the lack of a root can cause deterioration of the jaw structure, and if left unmanaged, will require bone grafting in order to receive an implant.

Protection from Disease

Another benefit of a dental implant is its ability to prevent further loss from spread of disease. If you lose a tooth due to decay, gum disease, or other oral bacteria related circumstance, your problems do not stop with the removal of the structure. In fact, once a tooth has been removed and the space is not filled, your chances of losing even more healthy teeth surrounding the area increase dramatically due to bacterial spread. For this reason, dental implants can assist you in restoring your smile and preventing further loss.

Contact Us Today

Whether you have lost an oral structure to decay or needed an extraction for another reason, it is imperative it is replaced in order for you to avoid further complications. Contact Allen Family Dental in Allen, TX today by calling 469-342-6644 to learn more.