Used to replace a tooth or to stabilize a denture, dental mini implants can be used when there is not enough natural bone for traditional dental implants.
True to their name, mini dental implants are smaller than traditional dental implants. In fact, their circumference is similar to that of a toothpick. Even though mini dental implants mimic regular dental implants, they cost a lesser amount money, cause a lesser amount of pain, and require a lesser amount of healing time.
The main function of mini dental implants is to secure dentures. Mini implants clip into the dentures with special attachments that prevent the dentures from slipping or irritating the gums. By stabilizing the dentures, mini dental implants can improve chewing and speaking ability.
Dr. Koch of Advanced Dental Care, in Jasper, Texas, is a mini implant dentist. Because mini dental implants are less expensive, involve less pain, and reduce healing time, Dr, Koch may not only suggest mini implants to stabilize dentures, but also to support a crown for smaller, narrower places in your mouth where traditional dental implants are too bulky.
If broken, damaged, or missing teeth are keeping you from smiling, mini dental implants might be your solution. The Food and Drug Administration has approved mini dental implants as a long-term method of denture stabilization and tooth implantation. They are a popular answer for dental concerns. Listed below are the benefits of choosing mini dental implants.
If you have insufficient bone structure to warrant traditional dental implants, Dr. Koch will recommend mini dental implants. To determine if mini implants are for you, call to schedule a consultation at Advanced Dental Care. As a diligent mini dental implant dentist, Dr. Koch constantly updates his knowledge and skills to help determine your optimal dental solutions. Who knows? Yours just might be mini dental implants!