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Benefits of Dental Implants—Marshall, TX

Why Dentists & Patients Love Dental Implants

smiling nature coupleDental implants have quickly become the premier way dentists around the world replace any number of missing teeth, and at the Marshall Denture Clinic, Dr. Charles Parker has used them for decades to rebuild thousands of smiles across Marshall, Texarkana, and Shreveport. Why are they so popular, and why does Dr. Parker recommend them to everyone who’s interested in replacing their missing teeth? Read on below to learn more about the unique benefits of dental implants and why they could be exactly what your smile needs.   

Complete Tooth Replacement

smiling older coupleMost traditional tooth replacements only bring back the visible part of the tooth, the crown, which is what people can see when you smile. Implants, however, go a step farther and actually restore a tooth below the gum line as well. A small titanium “root” is placed directly into the jawbone, and this is used to support any number of restorations that bring back previously absent teeth.

This two-part construction not only makes them extremely stable and secure, but the root also prevents one of the most common side-effects of tooth loss—bone loss. The new root stimulates the jawbone and encourages the growth of healthy bone, which helps maintain the strength of the bite as well as the overall shape of the face.

Unmatched Natural Appearance

smiling bearded manImplant roots are typically paired with all-porcelain restorations that can be designed to perfectly mimic the appearance of real teeth in every way. And, because implant teeth are able to stay firmly in place on their own and don’t require support from the adjacent teeth, they don’t have obvious metal components that stick out in the smile. In short, they are built just like natural teeth, so they look just like natural teeth as well.

Superior Function

Traditional bridges and dentures are inherently unstable because all of their support is above the gum line and comes from the surrounding gums and teeth. Implants, however, are extremely stable because they are anchored within the dense jawbone, meaning a patient is able to eat and speak without having to worry about annoying slippage or breakage. With implants, a patient is able to enjoy a wider variety of foods, which leads to a much healthier and fulfilling diet.


smiling womanWith the proper maintenance, a dental implant can easily last for 30 years or more, and many are able to last for a lifetime. This is many times longer compared to other replacements whose lifespans are typically only 5-10 years. This durability not only gives patients peace of mind, but it’s also why implants are extremely cost-effective, making them a wise long-term investment.

Ease of Care

We mentioned proper maintenance above, but what does that actually mean?

If you want your implants to last for a lifetime, all you need to do is brush and floss consistently and routinely see your dentist. Basically, you just have to take care of them like they’re real teeth! You won’t have to do some complicated care routine every day or buy loads of extra cleaners to keep your implants working for decades to come.

Reclaim Your Smile

As you can see, it’s no mystery why Dr. Parker recommends dental implants so often—they’re the next best thing to natural teeth! If you’re interested in learning more about dental implants and how they could help your particular smile, we invite you to schedule a FREE consultation today. We know you’ll be glad you did!