Are dental implants safe

Are dental implants safe?

Proven to be safe and effective at replacing missing teeth, contemporary dental implants have been in use more than 30 years.

Dental implants are typically made of titanium, a biocompatible material that is accepted by the body and serves as a strong and sturdy foundation for the replacement of teeth. Your natural bone locks the implant into place by fusing, or attaching itself, to the implant.

The reason you must wait to have the replacement teeth attached before placing the new crown on it is that the bone surrounding the implant needs time to fuse together and attach itself to the new roots. The term for this process is osteointegration. It is necessary to enable your new permanent dentures to function in the same capacity as your remaining teeth. Dental implant surgery is the only restorative dentistry procedure that stimulates natural bone where teeth used to be.

When performed by a highly trained dental implant specialist, the dental impland procedure is one of the safe and most predictable dental surgeries around for patients of any age, as well as one of the most reliable teeth replacements available. Not only do dental implants restore one´s appearance, but they also prevent further bone loss in the area of the missing teeth, making the procedure a sound investment in one´s dental health for years to come.

Dental implant supported teeth look, feel and function just like your own natural teeth, giving anyone who formerly suffered from missing or damaged teeth the freedom to eat all the foods they once loved and to smile and laugh with confidence once again.

Allow Dr. German Arzate, together with his team of specialists, to help you with dental implants while you enjoy your vacation in Cancun. Communicate with us at 1 800 701 6039, for provide you all the information and advice necessary for resolve their doubts and to you provide the best option of treatment according to your case.

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