Why do I need a dental implant? - Dental Lounge
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Unlike other prosthetics like dentures or bridges which rest on your teeth and gums, dental implants are thoroughly incorporated into the jaw through a process called osseointegration. Through this process, the bone of your jaw grows right into the surface of the firmly fixing the implant in position in the jaw

This means that biting forces, rather than increasing the load and stresses on adjacent teeth or onto the gums, are transferred and dispersed through the jaw. The bone responds and adapts to the forces of biting and just like a natural tooth so a dental implant not only looks like, but also feels, performs and stimulates the bone like a natural tooth.


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