Why would someone spend their hard-earned cash on a dental implant? Why not instead just leave it be, with the gaps showing? This is an option that many adults do opt for, perhaps to either save money, avoid the dentist or even because they don’t know there is another option. Well, there is another option! Dental implants are proving quite a popular choice now in the UK, for many adults who have previously just left their gap exposed, for all to see. The downfalls of leaving the open gum, is that it does not look so nice aesthetically. So much of what we show to the world around us is based on appearance; a smile with a gap can be a hindrance for those who pride themselves on looking good. Alongside this, it can lead to problems eating hard or chewy food. Who wants to live with a restriction in an age of so much food variety all around us? Filling the gap with an artificial tooth is a good idea to avoid these problems.
Another reason for having a dental implant, is to retain the bone density needed to keep the structure of the jaw. With missing teeth, the bone starts to recede and over time the shape of the face would be lost. Dental Care Partnership in Sutton Coldfield offer dental implants and have done for the past ten years. Their reputation for good service and skilled dentists, mean that patients return and leave promising feedback. A good experience for all, whether it is dental implants or another treatment at this dentist.
Alongside any dental work, it is important to practise good after-care. Brushing is an important step for anyone wanting to look after their shiny, awesome teeth. There are a range of toothpastes out there, dentists recommend a fluoride toothpaste to prevent cavities. The fluoride will then protect the enamel (the hard outer-coating of the teeth) and prevent it from eroding. When the enamel starts to erode, problems occur and sensitivities grow. It can become too intense to eat food too hot or cold, as the pain is too unbearable. So, looking after the enamel is essential as it cannot be re-grown.