at Dental Associates of Corona are adamant that we should embrace the amazing technology that exists in dentistry. Consider dental implants as an investment in making your teeth better than ever before, providing strength, bone density, and the ultimate in aesthetics.
Advantages of Dental Implants
There are many reasons that dental implants might be a great solution for you, depending on your particular situation. Dentures have been a good method to provide the look of natural teeth, but many people feel like dentures leave much to be desired in terms of the way they function. Puckering up for a romantic kiss can be a nightmare when your dentures slip on you. Food may not taste like it once did, and it’s possible that you won’t realize how important chewing satisfaction is to your eating experience until you don’t have it anymore. Dental implants allow you to brush and floss just like natural teeth. They are durable, and can last for many, many years if cared for properly. They also act as a beacon for minerals and nutrients to be sent to the jawbone, keeping your density healthy and your smile full and gorgeous.
Types of Dental Implants
Once the implant root replacements (biocompatible titanium posts) are securely in place, and your gingival tissues have had the opportunity to heal, color-matched tooth replacements can be secured to the studs. These faux teeth will be fabricated for durability and can last a long time if cared for properly. The most common types of dental implant retained dentures are based around the number of teeth missing. They are:
- Single Dental Implants (for one missing tooth)
- Multiple Teeth Replacement (for several missing teeth in a row)
- Full Arch Replacement (Potentially to replace an entire mouth full of teeth)
Dental Implants from Corona Dentists
Your Corona dentists offer comprehensive general dentistry services including dental implants. You can schedule a consultation at our Corona dental office by calling (951) 273-9580. We serve patients in the 92879 area and surrounding communities.