Dental Implants: How These Improve the Lives of Those with Tooth Loss

by Candace

Dental implants are prosthetic titanium frames that are surgically placed into the jawbone or above the jawbone for the purpose of allowing a dentist to mount replacement teeth or a bridge into a specific area in order to restore both aesthetic pleasantry and functionality to the teeth and jaws.

They can be placed inside the jaw bone (known as an endosteal implant) or above the jaw bone (subperiosteal implant). They serve as an effective and long-lasting solution to missing teeth, which can be lost as a result of periodontal disease, traumatic injury, or any other oral-related condition.