The Negative Effects of Tooth Loss
By Today's Dentistry
May 08, 2020
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Tooth Loss  

The Negative Effects of Tooth Loss

At first tooth loss may not seem very significant, although there are many hidden consequences that come along with tooth loss. Tooth loss can lead to loss of bone density in the jaw, which can then make you more prone to jaw fractures. People with tooth loss can also appear to have sagging of collapsed chin, giving off a significantly older and aged look. Additionally, missing teeth can make it more difficult to chew food as well as keep them properly clean. Although all of these negative effects may seem scary, they can all be rectified by dental implants. At Today’s Dentistry in Ashland OR, Dr. James Burneson is here to provide his patients will all the information they need about dental implants and how they can help.

What Are Dental Implants

Dental implants can be thought of as artificial tooth roots, they set up a strong basis for a fake tooth, also called a crown, to be placed on top. The dental implants bond directly to your jawbone. The crown is designed especially for you to look and feel like your natural teeth.

Problems That Dental Implants Can Solve

Modern dental implants can solve the problems caused by tooth loss like speech distortion, sagging, difficulty chewing food, difficulty maintaining good oral hygiene due to tooth loss, and many more. They are also made to last a lifetime, as well as look and feel just like your natural teeth.

Learn More About How Dental Implants Can Help You

It may not be possible to get your natural teeth back, but dental implants are the closest you can get to your own natural teeth. If you live in or around Ashland, OR, Today’s Dentistry is a great place to visit to learn more about dental implants and if you have any questions about your specific case. Dental implants are able to take away any negative effects that tooth loss causes. Call our office in Ashland at (541) 482-7771 to set up an appointment today.