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the advantages of dental implants

1. durability of dental implants – implants are made of biocompatible materials, minimizing the risk of rejection by the body. unlike bridges or dentures, implants do not impose additional stress on adjacent teeth, making them more durable. titanium dental implants securely fuse with the bone, providing a solid foundation for crowns placed on them. they are resistant to decay.

2. high Ffexibility and a wide range of applications of dental implants – dental implants are highly versatile and offer a broad spectrum of applications. they are designed for the reconstruction of a single missing tooth, several missing teeth, and, in extreme cases, even for full dentition restoration. their application allows for the restoration of proper dental functions and addresses aesthetic concerns in our oral cavity.

3. restoration of proper occlusion – the absence of even a single tooth in our dental arch can lead to the shifting of adjacent teeth and the assumption of its functions. these neighboring teeth begin to tilt and spread, losing contact and disrupting the continuity of the dental arch line. forces during chewing start to distribute differently, causing stress on the teeth and, in extreme cases, leading to their instability. additionally, the tooth above or below the empty socket may start to extrude (due to lack of support), flattening its root and causing bite disturbances. the described situation complicates oral hygiene maintenance, which can result in the development of gum diseases or inflammatory conditions.

4. health benefits – individual teeth serve different functions in the oral cavity – front teeth (incisors) are used for biting, while back teeth (premolars and molars) are responsible for grinding food. the absence of several teeth leads to the remaining teeth taking on the role of the missing ones, resulting in their faster deterioration (in the case of incisors taking on the role of molars) or digestive problems (due to the lack of initial digestion in the oral cavity).

5. user comfort – dental implants are placed beneath the gum line, and the crowns attached to them are aesthetically indistinguishable from natural teeth. the absence of movable elements prevents abrasions or discomfort. implants are permanently fixed and require the same care as natural teeth.

6. increased self-esteem – the lack of part of the dentition understandably disrupts our aesthetics and self-acceptance. a significant number of missing teeth can alter facial features, leading to sunken cheeks and drooping corners of the mouth. these are just some of the changes that can occur on our face.

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