A dental restoration or dental filling is a used to restore the function, integrity and morphology of missing tooth structure. The structural loss typically results from caries or external trauma. It is also lost intentionally during tooth preparation to improve the aesthetics or the physical integrity of the intended restorative material. Dental restoration also refers to the replacement of missing tooth structure that is supported by dental implants.
I have experience bscuaee I have 9 implants. The is long, you’re right (4-6 months before osteointegration and some more months for temporary crowns and then final ones). However, they are just great. I mean, it’s like having teeth, real ones. You brush them as usual, floss them as usual, chew on them as usual. You don’t need extra equipment like you need with bridges (threaders, mouthwash, etc). You don’t get your gums irritated by food sneaking in the cracks. You just chew and smile BUT it’s important that you go to a dentist who:(1) also is an oral surgeon (in case something goes south, like when they fail I had some failure bscuaee of my bruxism and I had the implants replaced with others, stronger and bigger)(2) has an excellent aesthetic sense or else you will chew on them but they’ll look ugly, not fitting with your mouth (in size) or your complexion (in color)(3) is willing to come to his office on weekends if you are in pain (sometimes when the bite is off you need an adjustment and can’t wait for the weekend to pass by!). Unless your qualifies under all these points, don’t do it.
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