Have you lost a tooth and wish to replace it? Does it hamper your speech, your smile or make chewing your favorite food more difficult?
At Studfield Dental Group, you will find our clinicians who are well trained, up to date with the latest innovations in implantology, most qualified for placing dental implants and helping to restore the esthetics and function of your smile.
Losing a tooth for any reason such as decay, periodontal disease, trauma or aging greatly affects your quality of life. Tooth loss means an overall reduction in function of your mouth, especially if it is a molar or a front tooth, both of which have their special requirements while speaking and chewing, respectively.
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Here are some reasons why dental implants are sometimes a necessary treatment which we take quite seriously at Studfield Dental Group:
You may feel you can’t chew your food as efficiently as you could, after tooth loss. It greatly impairs your ability to chew and digest your food adequately, requiring more effort and becomes a tedious task.
You may find that you must shift the food to alternate teeth to chew more efficiently, adding stress on the masticatory (chewing) muscles and teeth being used excessively. There becomes a large imbalance in the overall bite if you lose a tooth.
Implants are like small screws made of titanium. This precious metal has the unique ability to attract bone-cells, causing it to integrate or “osseo-integrate” once it has been placed, during the healing process. Once the implant has healed in a few months, it is ready for the prosthesis to be supported, which could either be a crown or multiple crowns fused together known as a bridge, or a denture.
The dental implant surgery is one of extremely precise treatment planning and studying your individual case before the procedure. After your initial consult with us at Studfield Dental Group, we study your 3D model and take CT scans and X-rays of your jaw bone to evaluate the level of remaining bone where the implants are required to be placed.
Apart from being a permanent solution to missing teeth, there are some great benefits of getting your dental implants done at Studfield Dental Group:
Implants permanently integrate within your jaw bone, becoming naturally part of their structure. This allows for complete replacement of your lost tooth’s root while also giving extremely stable support to the dental prosthesis it is meant to hold, such as a crown, bridge or denture.