Are you having concerns about the impact of your smile and oral health due to tooth loss? The loss of one or more teeth can have a wide range of effects on your overall health. The longer you wait, will make the problems worse. Missing teeth create chances of getting gum disease and bacterial infection will increase. The empty pockets make it easier for food and bacteria to collect inside of the mouth. Another way it will affect your health is creating misalignment and jawbone deterioration. When the tooth or teeth is lost, the bone in that area no longer gets the stimulation it needs.
A great way to avoid these problems is to get a ceramic dental implant. Ceramic Dental implants are metal free biological and biocompatible tooth replacement option. It provides a permanent base for replacement teeth. The implant is a safe proven method for replacing teeth. The implant can help improve not only your appearance but health, speech, comfort, eating, and self-esteem.
It is important to take great care of your oral and overall health with the implant. To ensure that your dental implant stays healthy, a solid routine of oral care habits is recommended. Brushing and flossing are the basics of your oral care routine. Brushing will help scrub the surfaces and flossing can help keep the mouth and gums strong. Oral rinses can help by removing bacteria and small particles, that are hard to reach with brushing or flossing. Another recommended way to care for your implant is a holistic approach. It is crucial to look at the overall health of your entire body. Physical fitness can result in a stronger immune system and a better ability to heal. Also, an improved diet will be beneficial. There are certain vitamins and minerals for strong teeth. Vitamin C can strengthen collagen in the gums and vitamin A can help with strong tooth enamel.
In conclusion, if you are in the early stages of replacing your teeth with a dental implant, it is important to understand how you will care for your new teeth. Replacing the missing tooth as soon as possible will be the best way to start. We recommend discussing your options with our experienced dentist.