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"How Implants Fuse with the Jaw Bone"
Posted on 5/15/2018 by Dr. Hallas
Dental implants aren't a recent innovation, just one that's continually improved over the years. How they work is a bit tricky to visualize. However, you should know that your jawbone will fuse to this new implant due to a process known as osseointegration. What Osseointegration IsOsseointegration is a fancy way of saying that your bone will grow around the implant (your artificial tooth's new root). If it helps you visualize things better, think about how coral grows around a shipwreck. This is a fusion process. When it's done with a dental implant the titanium bonds directly to your bone where it becomes part of your body. Although most of today's implants are made from titanium, recently, research has been conducted that shows that your jawbone can fuse to other materials as well. While this is good news, you still don't want to use just any type of material. You need to use a material that's biocompatible - one that your human body will accept. Choosing a type of material that isn't biocompatible will cause your body to reject it. Since titanium is very biocompatible your bone cells will easily grow onto its surface. Titanium is also a really strong material so it is strong enough to withstand the continual force of your teeth biting down on it. Getting Dental ImplantsNow that you understand how osseointegration works, you should have peace of mind about getting dental implants. These can really improve the way your mouth both looks and functions, giving your self-esteem a boost, you wish you'd had previously. With all the great things you now know about dental implants all that's left for you to do is to call our office and set up an appointment to start the dental implant process today. We look forward to speaking with you soon....
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All Posts:

"How Implants Fuse with the Jaw Bone"
5/15/2018
What Exactly Is a Denture?
4/10/2018
Top 3 Benefits of Turning to Implants to Replace Missing Teeth
3/10/2018
How Long Should One Expect to Bleed After Dental Implant Surgery?
2/10/2018
Signs Your Dentures Have a Poor Fit
1/10/2018
What is Tooth Trimming and When is it Needed?
12/10/2017
What Options Do You Have To Protect Your Tooth After a Root Canal?
11/15/2017
Implants Can Give You a Younger Appearance
10/10/2017
Problems That Come with Dried Out Dentures
9/15/2017
When You Should Not Consider Getting Dental Veneers
8/13/2017
Do All Large Fillings Need Crowns to Cover Them?
7/23/2017
How Many Ways Can Dentures be Customized?
6/13/2017
Things That Can Cause Implants Not to Heal Properly
5/17/2017
If It's Just One Missing Tooth, Does it Make That Much of a Difference to Your Mouth?
4/13/2017
Why Cheeks Sink in When People Have Dentures
3/13/2017
Fend Off Pneumonia by Taking Out Your Dentures at Night
2/10/2017
When a Crown is Better Than a Filling
1/10/2017
Teeth Grinding: Truth or Consequences
12/10/2016
Are Your Dentures Too Old and Needing Replacement?
11/15/2016
5 Tips for Treating and Preventing Denture Pain
10/20/2016
What Types of Issues Can be Fixed with Dental Bonding?
9/20/2016
Got Broken Teeth?
8/20/2016
How Are Dentures Made?
7/20/2016


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