Multiple Tooth Implants
Edmonds, WA


Diagram of dental implant with post Perrinville Family Dentistry in Edmonds, WAA lot of people suffer from tooth loss, it is a common occurrence and it affects everyone, from kids to young adults, but more prominently older citizens, as you might have guessed. Children can indeed get a new set after losing their baby teeth, but the same can not be said for adults. Losing an adult tooth is permanent and there is no running away from the consequences. Tooth loss can mark the onset of issues like speech impairment, discomfort in eating, and a lowered self esteem. It can also lead to bone loss and gum disease if left unchecked in the long term. Our dedicated team at Perrinville Family Dentistry can help prevent this from happening with multiple tooth implants.

Implants and How They Are Placed


Dental implants are replacements for missing teeth, and even though they are artificial, one can hardly tell the difference between them and real teeth. Teeth implants are used to act as the root or foundation to hold the prosthetic tooth. They are screw-like metal structures that are placed in the jawbone. They are easy to clean and maintain just like your natural teeth.

Sedative medication may be administered during the procedure depending on the specifics of the patient. The procedure commences by drilling a hole at the location where the titanium metal will be placed. After a few months of healing, the abutments and your new set of teeth will be installed in the affected region.

Dental implants are typically categorized into three main types, the most common of them being endosteal implants. In this type, a synthetic titanium metal piece is surgically placed into the jawbone. The alternative treatment for that is subperiosteal implants. When patients are reported with low bone density, then this type of surgery is preferred. Unlike endosteal implants, where the implants are inserted into the bone, subperiosteal implants are simply placed just on top of them. They are still below the gums and do not penetrate the jawbone. The least common type is zygomatic implants where the implant is placed along the cheekbone instead of the jawbone.

The Benefits of Dental Implants


Getting dental implants as replacements for your missing teeth has many benefits. Besides re-establishing your natural smile, implants also restore your bite force and ability to speak amply. They are a permanent solution, easy to care for, and do not need high maintenance. Implants can prevent bone loss and also reverse the facial changes you might have gone through as a result of missing teeth.

Who Should Get Multiple Tooth Implants?


Multiple tooth implants are for people who have several missing, decaying, or broken teeth. If you have only one missing tooth, then a single tooth implant is a more viable option, however, keep in mind that having healthy gums and jawbone are a must for this procedure. If the patient does not have enough bone density, bone grafting may be required. Smoking can slow down the healing process of the body, so people who smoke may not qualify for this surgery in some cases.

While losing teeth may be a common occurrence, there are many solutions out there that may help you. The best example is dental implants which are permanent and can last a lifetime. They can help prevent bone loss and keep you from gum diseases caused by missing teeth. To learn more information about multiple tooth implants, visit us at Perrinville Family Dentistry. Schedule an appointment today. You can contact us at (425) 616-0620.



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