Full or partial dental Implants FAQs
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Dental implants artificially replace a patient’s tooth root and provides a strong foundation for the new teeth to be placed. This is the most popular and most efficient solution to people who suffer from tooth loss as opposed to dentures, crowns, and bridges. Because of the fit, feel and functionality, these dental implants feel more natural. This is the main reason people prefer it over any type of tooth replacement procedures. To find out more about dental implants and see if it works for you, here are some frequently asked questions to get you an idea about the treatment.
Q: Can They fix an overbite?
A: Overbite is a type of occlusion in which the upper and the lower jaws of the teeth are not aligned. This causes the upper front teeth to cover the lower front teeth. A little overbite is natural. But, when it is too much it can cause the patient a temporomandibular displacement (displacement of the jaw joint) and continuous pain. At worst, there can even be a loss of the permanent teeth. When preparing the treatment for the missing teeth, dentists will fix a good amount of the overbite because these are fixed in the jawbone and a bone orientation could be modified to make minor adjustments to the bite. Your dentist can assess if they are able to fix your overbite to improve your smile. When the overbite is too prominent to fix in this manner, there are alternative treatments, including orthognathic surgery.
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