Ace Dental

20 July 2018

Improve your oral health with dental implants in Camden

Since their introduction into dentistry a few decades ago, dental implants have improved the dental health of millions of patients worldwide. These small and versatile titanium posts, which replace tooth roots, have ameliorated the quality of life of patients with missing teeth, since they provide a sturdy and strong foundation onto which replacement teeth can be mounted successfully.

At Ace Dental, we have been using dental implants in Camden for years with success. Whether you wish to replace one or multiple missing teeth, or you want to stabilise your ill-fitting dentures, then it is worth considering dental implants. Some patients tend to be anxious about implant surgery, yet if you are considering this treatment you owe it to yourself to learn more about it. Our helpful team is here to answer all your questions and guide you through the treatment.

Dental implants protect your jawbone

Dental implants in Camden are not only about aesthetics. Their most important advantage compared to other tooth replacement solutions is that they protect the density of the jawbone and prevent its deterioration.

As soon as you start losing teeth, the bone that held these teeth in place will start to deteriorate, since it will stop receiving appropriate stimulation. Without the tooth root to stimulate the jawbone, the latter will gradually shrink and weaken. As well as this, the rest of the teeth can start moving around inside the mouth and further tooth loss may occur.

Dental implants are embedded directly in the jawbone to replace the missing tooth roots. Once they heal properly, stimulation between the tooth roots and the jawbone is restored. This has a positive impact on your oral health and your quality of life.

Dental implants protect your gums

Our gums are more delicate and sensitive than we may think. If gum disease is to blame for your tooth loss, you are more likely to experience it in the future if you do not replace your missing teeth. Gaps in your smile are breeding grounds for bacteria that can cause gum disease, infection and abscesses. Having dental implants to replace your missing teeth can make your oral hygiene much simpler and ensure that your teeth and gums stay healthier for longer.

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