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Dental implants are an effective way to replace missing teeth. When teeth are lost because of disease or an accident, dental implants may be a good option.
People choose dental implants if they have to hide their smile because of missing teeth, wear dentures that are uncomfortable, are dissatisfied with partial dentures or want to keep their other teeth intact.
People choose implants to replace a single tooth or several teeth, or to support a full set of dentures.
Implants are posts surgically placed into the upper or lower jawbone. They replace the root of one or more missing teeth.
There are several benefits of dental implants. Implants offer firm support to man-made teeth. Dentures, bridges or single teeth attached to the implants won’t slip or shift in the mouth – a very important benefit when eating and speaking.
This secure fit also helps man-made teeth feel more natural than typical bridges or dentures. Some people may find implant–supported dentures more comfortable than dentures that do not use implants.
Where teeth are missing, dental implants also help keep the jawbone from shrinking.
There are few kinds of implants available, and treatment can take only one day or few sittings. If you are in good general health, and your jaw can support an implant, this treatment may be a good option. Book your appointment at Norlane Dental Surgery to discuss your case. Contact 1800 246 247 / www.NorlaneDental.com.au

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