Why Choose Dental Implants?
- Permanently Replace Lost Teeth
- Eat and Speak Properly without Poorly Fitting Dentures
- Avoid Embarrassing Gaps in Your Smile
- Preserve Bone Tissue
- Eliminate Need for Fixed and Removable Appliances
- Increase Self-Confidence
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- Digital X-rays
- Emergency Care
- Gum Grafting
- Intraoral Camera
- Occlusal Adjustment
- Perio Protect®
- Tooth Extraction
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Dental Implants in Berwyn, IL
Many dentists including us, recommend dental implants over other tooth replacement treatment such as fixed bridges and partial dentures. Dentures rest on the gums and can irritate the gum tissue. Fixed bridges rely on adjacent teeth for support and can wear those teeth down over the long term. Dental implants are fused directly with the jaw bone and continue to have a high success rate when replacing missing teeth in Berwyn, IL.
Tooth Loss and Dental Implants
An estimated 69 percent of adults between the ages of 35 and 44 have lost at least one tooth because of gum disease, tooth decay, or an accident that caused trauma to the mouth. By the time these patients reach 74 years of age, 26 percent have lost all of their natural teeth!
Today’s dental technology offers alternatives to traditional methods of tooth replacement such as dentures and fixed bridges. Even though dentures can lead to bone loss and affect the facial structure, and bridges can make teeth more susceptible to damage, these tooth replacement procedures are still considered to be safe.
Dental implants yield better long term results for tooth replacement and involve placing titanium implants directly into the jaw bone. The implants fuse to the bone structure through a process called osseointegration. Implants do not make embarrassing noises and do in fact mirror the tooth structure. They stimulate the jaw bone and can prevent bone loss as a result. Their composition is also resistant to decay.
Dental implants continue to be a lifelong solution for missing teeth and the technology continues to improve. Statistics show that patients who received implants in the 1980s and 1990s still enjoy optimum functionality of their implants.
Replace Missing Teeth in Berwyn, IL
If you are looking for treatment options for missing teeth or want to learn more about dental implants in Berwyn, IL, we can help you find a solution. Set up your consultation today!