Dental Tips Blog

Nov
20

Can Other People See My Dental Implants?

Posted in Dental Implants

You want your dental treatment to look great. So does your dentist! Some types of prosthetic teeth look nothing like natural teeth. Recreating your smile with restorations like those found on dental implants isn’t just a science; it’s an art. Your dentist will create permanent restorations for your implants that look and feel as close to natural teeth as possible. Implants are used to support independent restorations like porcelain crowns, bridges, and even full dentures.

Since implants stand independent of other teeth, it allows for minimum impact when it comes to a natural looking smile. In fact, individual implant crowns look like a regular tooth and are just as easy to brush and floss. Choosing a dentist who has precision and skill when it comes to designing the perfect crown or bridge is an important part of your restorative treatment. Your treatment is designed to be permanent. For that reason alone, extra care is given to maximize the aesthetic effects of your implant restorations.

High quality dental implants won’t be noticeable by your friends or family. You’ll most likely forget that they are even there! Implants will not interfere with your speech or look like a large prosthesis in your mouth because they are designed to follow the natural contours of your gums and smile.

In short, no; people are not going to notice your dental implants any more than any other type of cosmetic restorative treatment out there. Your dentist will ensure that the shape, color, shade, and texture of your implant restorations blend in as closely as possible to all of the other teeth in your mouth. Implants are the most excellent option for tooth replacement, and one that dental professionals choose for themselves.

Posted on behalf of:
Springhill Dental Health Center
4620 Spring Hill Ave
Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 343-1521

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