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Why You Ought to Consider Dental Implants

Posted on 7/20/2016 by Dr. Michael Drone
A diagram of how a dental implant works.Modern day dental implants are one of the most useful and impressive inventions in dentistry. There are so many reasons to consider a dental implant if you are faced with singular tooth loss or full arch restoration.

The Promotion of Continued Oral Health

With removable prosthetics the teeth can't be said to be fully replaced.

The devices must be taken out to eat and sleep which can be a hassle and it doesn't promote gum and bone health. Dental implants are truly full tooth replacement options - they stand in for every aspect of your natural tooth.

They stimulate the bone in the jaw which encourages healthy teeth and gums. They allow you to eat in total comfort. They look just like a real tooth and give you the ability to speak without being impeded by a missing tooth.


Aside from all the health benefits that dental implants provide, they also offer unparalleled convenience. Removable prosthetics have special care instructions and must be cleaned and store in very particular ways.

If they are left in unfavorable conditions (usually by accident) they can warp or otherwise be damaged. Dental implants can be treated just like your natural teeth, with regular brushing and flossing they are kept happy and healthy!

Long Lasting

With proper care dental implants can last you a lifetime. During that time, they ensure the health and stability of the teeth. When considering the lifetime of a removable prosthetic, there are so many things that can happen that will end in your needing a new prosthesis, such as the following:

•  Loosing the prosthesis
•  Not taking proper care of the prosthesis
•  Leaving it in less than ideal conditions

If you have questions or concerns about your oral appliance or would like to setup a no obligation consultation to learn more about dental implants, contact our office.

Michael Drone Dentistry & Prosthodontics
809 Wall Street
Valparaiso, IN 46383
PH: (219) 250-1163
Northwest Indiana
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