Single Dental Implant Denver – What You Should Know About Dental Implants?
A dental implant is a contemporary approach used to restore lost tooth roots. It is the most long-lasting solution when a patient needs to replace one tooth, several teeth, or an entirely toothless jaw.
A dental implant is a small metal cog made of titanium, which serves as a natural tooth root. Dental implants are used to replace one or several missing teeth.
Regardless of the reason you lost your tooth or several teeth, single dental implants will help you to enjoy new, natural-looking teeth. When the dental implant naturalizes, it becomes solid support. Prosthesis then can be mounted on it.
Why is it important to restore the fallen teeth?
Restoration of the tooth is important not only for aesthetical reasons. Because of the gap in the mouth, the chewing function may be impaired, and in the long run, the person will not be able to chew certain types of food, eventually, there will be a risk of bone loss. It is necessary for a person to chew for the jaw to be stimulated and remain strong. Otherwise, the bone is atrophied – it begins to melt away, and the face, without the support of the teeth and bones, gradually begins to age prematurely. Dental implants can prevent bone loss. If your bone is already atrophied, you may need a bone resuscitation procedure, read more about it here.
Main reasons why it is important:
- Empty spaces in the mouth can stimulate the movement of other teeth
- Jaw dysfunction
- Facial structure changes
- Jaw bone loss
- Languages (dictation and pronunciation) and eating disorders
Why dental implants at Dental & Implant Centers of Colorado?
Dental Implants Preserve Bone
Dental implants serve as substitute tooth roots, preserving the bone that would naturally resorb, or deteriorate when teeth are lost or removed, and providing a stable foundation for replacement teeth. No other treatment option preserves bone.
Dental Implants Preserve Adjacent Teeth
When teeth are replaced with bridges, the adjacent natural teeth are cut down, leaving them susceptible to future problems. Dental implants leave adjacent teeth intact and studies demonstrate that they protect the natural teeth.
Dental Implants Are More Cost-Effective
Dental implant treatment has the best long-term prognosis, making this the most cost-effective tooth replacement option in Denver. When teeth are replaced with bridges, there is additional dentistry needed in the future, which can be very costly.
Dental Implant in Denver – How much is the consultation?
The consultation is valued at $397 and for a limited time, we provide it to our patients for free – Including an exam, CT-Scan, and a financing plan.
Dental Implants in Denver – Can I finance my treatment? What does this mean?
We will spread the cost of your treatment over the duration of your treatment depending on the payment plan. Once you have attended the clinic for your consultation we provide you with a full treatment plan and a suggested payment plan, which can be slightly adjusted if you feel that would make the treatment more accessible to you.
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