Improving Your Oral Health With Dental Implants


There are a number of possible avenues you could take if you’ve recently lost a tooth, or even if it didn’t happen recently and you’re feeling it’s about time you did something about it.

Dentures and dental bridges are two fairly common options, and although they’ve been a pretty standard treatment for missing or damaged teeth for decades, neither can truly compare to the dental implant, in a number of ways.

When it comes to oral health though, it’s even less of a competition. Dental implants can provide a huge improvement in oral health when compared to dentures and dental implants (and of course especially over not doing anything at all) for both the teeth and the gums.

So if you like what you see and you’re starting to think that dental implants may be just the thing you need to replace a missing tooth or two and improve your oral health, stick around until the end to find out all about the amazing benefits you’ll get to take advantage of when you opt in to a special bespoke all-inclusive dental implants Turkey treatment package.

In the meantime though, the following are just 4 of the best reasons why dental implants can be a great option for improving your oral health.

Less Chance of Periodontal Issues
Cleaning around dentures and dental bridges isn’t an easy task, and if done incorrectly, it’ll have an adverse effect on gum health as much as tooth health, and the same goes for any bacterial infection that could be stirring in the hole left behind after a tooth has found itself lost.

Furthermore, where removable dentures sit on top of the periodontal tissue, the area will get rubbed and agitated throughout the day as you speak, chew, or just through simply wearing them. In many cases, this can cause bleeding, lesions, and even infection in the gum areas underneath the dentures.

Not only are periodontal disease and other issues caused by prolonged use of dentures painful, but it can also pose a risk to your overall oral and general health. With dental implants however, all of these potential issues can be completely eliminated.

Less Chance of Cavities
When it comes to dental bridges and dentures, keeping them nice and clean can often be a little bit of a struggle. If there are certain areas that frequently get missed, tiny particles of food can soon begin to build up in them, and plaque too.

An empty socket can easily be filled with a dental implant, and it’ll look, feel and function just like the real thing used to too. Also, there are no additional fancy steps to worry about when it comes to cleaning them, unlike with dental bridges and dentures, just good old-fashioned brushing and flossing. No other alternative offers such a simple and effective way of decreasing your chances of developing cavities or other forms of tooth decay.

They’ll Help to Prevent any Teeth Becoming Misaligned
Since every tooth in a full set of teeth is helping to keep all of the others in position, some gaps here or there can soon encourage them to fall a little out of place.

This is a situation known as “dental drift”, where the remaining teeth can start to fall out of line and lead to a misaligned bite, making maintaining a good level of oral hygiene that little bit more difficult.

Along with having an adverse effect on your oral hygiene and your smile, drifting teeth may necessitate braces or another corrective measure. With dental implants however, when a tooth or two gets lost they’re the perfect solution for plugging the gap and keeping all surrounding teeth exactly where they’re supposed to be.

They’ll Help Prevent Bone Loss
Our teeth are nestled nice and firmly into the jawbone, putting pressure on it and keeping it nice and strong and healthy. When a tooth is lost though, any bone matter left underneath where the tooth was is slowly resorbed back into the body, which weakens the jawbone and, in some extreme cases, can even lead to jawbone fractures or facial collapse.

The more time you take before getting a lost tooth replaced by a dental implant the more bone density and mass will be lost, which over time will lead to the previously mentioned issues. With the swift placement of dental implants to quickly replace any missing teeth however, the hole can be plugged quickly enough to stop the erosion and any unnecessary bone loss can be prevented.

If too much bone loss has occurred though, it’s not the end of the world. A dental implant won’t be able to sit well rooted enough into the jawbone if there’s not enough mass to support it, so in a situation such as this, a bone graft procedure will be necessary beforehand to ensure the dental implant will have a safe and firm enough foundation within the jawbone.

Getting Your Dental Implants Surgery in Turkey
If this has got you thinking that dental implant surgery may be just the thing you need, then you’ll probably be keen to learn all of the amazing benefits just waiting for you to take advantage of when you choose to undergo your dental implant surgery in Turkey.

Turkey is one of the most popular destinations in the world right now for all sorts of surgical procedures, and it’s no surprise when you could be saving as much as £2,000 per tooth. That isn’t all though, as Turkey also boasts some of the most highly skilled and experienced dental surgeons in the world, carrying out thousands of dental implant and other such dental procedures throughout the course of their careers. Turkey also has some of the highest and strictest medical standards around, and more and more amazing internationally accredited clinics are popping up all over the country each year.

So if you’re thinking that dental implants are the solution you need for your missing teeth, and you’d like to know more about dental implants in Turkey, get in touch with us today for your free quote.

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LaDonna Dennis

LaDonna Dennis is the founder and creator of Mom Blog Society. She wears many hats. She is a Homemaker*Blogger*Crafter*Reader*Pinner*Friend*Animal Lover* Former writer of Frost Illustrated and, Cancer...SURVIVOR! LaDonna is happily married to the love of her life, the mother of 3 grown children and "Grams" to 3 grandchildren. She adores animals and has four furbabies: Makia ( a German Shepherd, whose mission in life is to be her attached to her hip) and Hachie, (an OCD Alaskan Malamute, and Akia (An Alaskan Malamute) who is just sweet as can be. And Sassy, a four-month-old German Shepherd who has quickly stolen her heart and become the most precious fur baby of all times. Aside from the humans in her life, LaDonna's fur babies are her world.

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Tara Pittman
Tara Pittman
3 years ago

I have 11 implants in my mouth. I am thankful for this technology

2 years ago

I’m glad this is an option, because this is what I’d have if anything happened to my teeth. I already know this is what I would like.

2 years ago

Taking care of your teeth could not be more important. No one in my family has implants, luckily, but I’m so happy to hear the dentistry technology has been so helpful to you and other people I know.

Celebrate Woman Today
2 years ago

Great post to build awareness in us that these things can help when we need to make a decision.

Monica Simpson
Monica Simpson
2 years ago

These implants sound so beneficial for people!

2 years ago

I hope I don’t ever have to replace my teeth but if I do I like that implants are an option. Members of my family have dentures and they seem like a hassle.

Ryan Escat
Ryan Escat
2 years ago

So glad this technology was develop. I don’t have dental issues yet but it’s great to know such options.

Lyanna Soria
2 years ago

Sounds like an interesting idea and those are some great points as well. I should try looking into this more and I’m glad this is an option now.

2 years ago

It is good to know that there are options if I ever need to replace my teeth

Wanda Lopez
2 years ago

Taking care of our health is very important and that includes our teeth. Love your post and will pass it down.

Dr. Megan Peterson Boyle

Dental implants really are revolutionary. As long as you take good care of them, they have the potential to last a lifetime.

Maria Atkins
Maria Atkins
2 years ago

If you’re a beginner to the dental profession, this is probably your first foray into dentistry. Texas dental clinic providing dental implants service with experience dentists in the town. The benefits of tooth implants are quite extensive and will help improve health in many ways.

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