Sherman Oaks Dental

Dr. Bryan Weyneth

1100 Sherman Ave., Suite 103
Naperville, IL 60563

The Benefits of Dental Implants

Living with missing teeth can affect your ability to eat and speak, not to mention damage your self-esteem. Fortunately, dental implants are the next best thing, a realistic-looking dental crown that is anchored into your natural bone tissue with a tiny titanium post. If your Naperville dentist has recommended dental implants for your smile, don’t hesitate to get started. Dental implants offer a huge range of benefits over other alternatives, including:

Beautiful, Natural Appearance

You don’t realize it until you wear a prosthetic tooth, but people are more perceptive to small details than you might realize. People can often tell if your teeth are false because they are merely hovering above the gum line instead of continuing under it, or your gums are a different color than the rest of your natural tissue. But dental implants are designed to look and feel completely natural. Implants extend all the way into your gum tissue, just like the rest of your teeth, and they are created to match your smile. When installed properly by trained dentists and periodontists, dental implants are indistinguishable from your natural teeth.  

Easier to Keep Clean

Traditional dentures need to be removed several times a day, scrubbed, and stored in special antiseptic solution. Partial bridges can be held in place with brackets or wires that are difficult to keep clean, which can make it hard to brush and floss. However, since dental implants function just like your normal teeth, they are a breeze to brush and floss, which can improve your breath and your dental health.

Preserves Bone and Surrounding Teeth

Dental implants are also unique because they have been shown to ward off bone loss and surrounding tissue damage. Dental implants recreate natural stimulation that your jaw bone receives when you chew, helping you to maintain your face shape and prevent future dental problems tied to inadequate bone.

Durability

Last but not least, dental implants are made to last. Although they are more expensive upfront, dental implants have been shown to last a lifetime when properly cared for. On the other hand, dentures need to be adjusted or replaced every 5-7 years, so you may still spend more in the long run.

There is a reason that Dr. Weyneth and Dr. Sosenko are known as some of the best dentists in Naperville. With years of experience and an eye for detail, these clinicians can transform your teeth and give you the look you have always wanted.  Contact us today to make an appointment!

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