How Dental Implants Help Preserve The Quality of Your Life

If you’re suffering from tooth loss, it can present a number of challenges that may reduce your quality of life. Here’s how dental implants can make you happier and healthier. 

Many people experience tooth loss, whether it’s due to age, injury, or oral disease. If you are one of them, don’t worry! Today’s tooth replacement options are much more aesthetically pleasing and comfortable and can help you regain a naturally beautiful and functional smile.

Some of the denture solutions we offer include:

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At Future Smiles, we offer a wide range of denture solutions from traditional partials to dental implants to suit all your tooth loss and oral needs. For the most convenient and stress-free denture experience, we also offer our patients house call services and flexible payment plans.

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5 Major Challenges of Tooth Loss

While tooth loss is a common oral issue, it can be worrisome and, when not resolved, can negatively impact your quality of life. Patients who are missing teeth often experience: 

  1. Difficulty eating. Tooth loss can make it difficult for patients to chew and digest solid foods. Over time, this can even impact your general health as you won’t be able to get the nutrition you need.
  2. Difficulty speaking. Teeth are needed for clear speech so patients with missing teeth will often have trouble pronouncing words clearly. Those who opt for conventional dentures may also have some trouble with speech as these dentures can slip out of place.
  3. Loss of jaw bone density. Teeth act as placeholders that maintain the right bone density in the jaw. This means that over time, tooth loss can cause your jaw bone to deteriorate, creating more serious oral health issues.
  4. Ageing appearance. Teeth help to give your face shape and tone. When teeth are missing, your jawline can soften, making you look more aged and compromising the function of your mouth and jaw.
  5. Self-consciousness. The challenges of tooth loss can create a big struggle for patients and can lead to diminished self-esteem, especially when basic activities such as eating and/or speaking become difficult. That’s why denture solutions are so important to maintaining your overall quality of life.


How Dental Implants Help Preserve Your Quality of Life

If you are suffering from tooth loss, you have a number of denture solutions available to you. However, dental implants often stand out above the rest because they can improve your quality of life in ways that other tooth replacement options cannot.

  • You’ll be able to fully return to normal activities such as eating, talking, and smiling with confidence.
  • They’re more natural-looking, comfortable, and aesthetically pleasing than traditional full/partial dentures.
  • When looked after, they can last a lifetime.
  • They require minimal maintenance, especially when compared to other tooth replacement options.
  • They are much more secure than dentures and don’t require any messy adhesives.
  • Dental implants will support bone health by mimicking the role of a natural tooth and tooth root in the jaw.


Restore Your Teeth For Life With Dental Implants

Once your dental implant procedure is completed, your denturist will teach you how to care for them, which is no different than caring for your natural teeth.

This includes:

  • brushing
  • flossing
  • visiting your denturist regularly
  • maintaining a healthy and well-balanced diet

If you carefully follow your denturist’s instructions and maintain good oral care habits, then there’s a high chance your dental implants will last for the rest of your life.


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To find out more about the cost and benefits of dental implants, or to discover whether you’re a candidate for this tooth replacement option, contact our Calgary denture clinic today at (403) 475-0016 or book a consultation.

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Vlad Dumbrava

Vlad Dumbrava has been active in the field of denture therapy since 2008. Upon receiving his denturist degree in 2011 from George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario, he continued his education in Medical Sciences at Western University.

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