Dental Implants: Are They Worth the Cost?

Posted on Oct 22, 2014 8:00:00 AM by Jeff Rubel

Dental Implants: Are They Worth the Cost? | Coral West DentalIf you’ve ever been unfortunate enough to lose a tooth, you know what a hassle it can be – aside from possibly having an exposed root, you also now have a noticeable gap in your teeth; and depending on that gap’s location, that can be embarrassing.

There are various solutions to a missing tooth, and one of the newest and most effective is the dental implant. Dental impacts aren’t the cheapest solution to the problem, but how often is the best solution also the cheapest? Here are some reasons why a dental implant is a great choice, and definitely worth the cost.

It forms a strong bond with you

Dental implants replace the root of your missing tooth, so they are inserted deeply into the gumline; in fact, they are designed to bond directly with bone. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about the implant becoming loose, because it will be as sturdy and dependable as any normal, healthy tooth you currently have.

It keeps your smile intact

Having a missing tooth can make you self-conscious and damage your self-esteem. But with a dental implant, no one is ever going to know that one of your teeth is not like the others. Take a look at this photo; would you be able to tell which tooth was the implant if the “before” picture wasn’t included?

There’s no long-term discomfort

In the past, popular solutions to replacing teeth included partial dentures, which often came with metal pieces and would cause discomfort if worn for too long. But with a dental implant, there is no such irritation.

A permanent solution

With partial or full dentures, you always need to worry about taking them out at the end of the day and keeping them well maintained. With dental implants, there are no such worries – just take care of them the same way you take care of the rest of your teeth. If you do that, there is no reason your dental implants can’t last the rest of your life.

An implant to meet every need

No matter how many teeth you may be missing, or how many you want to replace, there is a dental implant solution for you. In fact, dental implants can be used to replace a full set of teeth if necessary, through the use of implant-supported dentures or bridges.

If you want to bring back your flawless smile, dental implants are an excellent way to get it done. You have to pay for quality, and although dental implants aren’t the frugal option, they are certainly the best option. To read more please download our eBook below, "Prevent the Tootache Before the Money Ache."

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