Dental implants are the choice treatment method for replacing missing teeth. Unlike other types of tooth replacements, dental implants rebuild your replacement tooth from the root up. Each implant tooth uses a titanium steel root that anchors into the tooth socket to support a crown, bridge or denture.
Image of the parts of a dental implant because titanium is extremely biocompatible, it is the material of choice for many types of procedures, including joint replacements. Bone naturally fuses to the titanium root surface, allowing the implant to be stable and function as if it were a natural tooth.
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The unique design of implant dentures makes them smaller and less invasive than large denture prosthesis. A traditional denture uses a large acrylic shelf that covers the roof of your mouth as well as wraps itself over the ridge of your jaw, so that even the gum tissue is recreated in appearance. This makes it impossible for some people to taste and enjoy their food, and also makes speech more difficult.
An implant denture is “U” or horseshoe shaped to follow the ridge of your jaw. The entire appliance is slim in design, and is permanently attached to 4 supporting implant roots. When you wear an All on 4 Implant Denture, the roof of your mouth is free to enjoy food, and you have an easier time talking.
In rare circumstances, abutments may fracture due to excessive force or trauma. Removing a broken abutment is something that must typically be done by an implant specialist. Depending on what type of implant you’ve had performed, replacing your abutment and creating a new crown can be a very simple process.
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