Eating with Dental Implants

Eating with Dental Implants
April 20, 2016 admin

Eating is a very big part of social life. From corn on the cob at the family cottage to a juicy steak at a fancy restaurant, many denture wearers are wary of teeth slipping or even falling out. Dealing with adhesives and monitoring chewing pressure is exhausting and it is easy to get frustrated.

With dental implants, these issues are non-existent. They allow you to eat with confidence and enjoy meal times again. Implants are the closest option to real teeth today. As teeth are anchored and secured in the same way as a natural root, teeth don’t move while talking, laughing and, most importantly, eating.

The implants are tiny titanium posts, which are placed into the jawbone where teeth are missing. The bone bonds with the titanium, creating a strong foundation for artificial teeth. In addition, the implants can help preserve facial structure, preventing the bone deterioration that occurs when teeth are missing. This level of security means that chewing, sipping and swallowing are easy and painless activities. Your new teeth won’t even cross your mind.

Dental implants offer the ability to eat all types of food with confidence. Bring on the corn on the cob and steak frites!