Wisdom teeth Removal for missing tooth

Do you know on an average, Australian adults are missing about five teeth? The Australian Dental Association reveals that 16percent of the adult population have a handful of teeth in their mouths. Also, approximately three million Australian adults are missing a third of their teeth as they consume more than double the recommended amount of sugar intake.

Missing teeth are common in Australia, and it is often caused by tooth decay. Although a missing tooth can be replaced with dental implants Sydney and other restorative options, a large number of people ignore the treatment and simply live with the loss.  Moreover, if a patient doesn’t have dental insurance, the dental implants cost may be enough to dissuade them from replacing a missing tooth, especially if it is a molar hidden out of the sight of their smile line.

Replacing a missing tooth can be detrimental to the health and functionality of your smile. By failing to replace a missing tooth, you put yourself at the risk of developing additional oral health issues that may interfere with your everyday life.

What will happen if you do not replace your missing teeth?

Bone Loss

If you do not replace a missing tooth, it leads to jaw bone loss. Our teeth help to stimulate and support the jaw bone. If you neglect missing teeth, the bone that once supported them is no longer stimulated and reduces the density of jaw bone. Replacing your missing teeth with dental implants can stimulate the jawbone.

As the implants include screws that naturally fuse with the bone, it provides maximum strength and support. No other teeth replacement option supports the jawbone as dental implants do.

Shifting teeth

The teeth shifting issue can be accelerated significantly with one or more missing teeth because the gaps create vast spaces into which adjacent teeth can shift. This shifting creates more space for other teeth, and the entire bite can be impacted.

Difficulty chewing

Depending on the location of your missing teeth, you may experience difficulty in chewing some of your favourite foods. Missing front teeth can be even more problematic as we use them to break off food. This sort of issues can be completely avoided by replacing your missing teeth with the dental implants.

Facial structure

Teeth help support the shape and structure of our face. Missing teeth can impact facial aesthetics. As the atrophied jaw bone resorbs, the face can begin to look sunken and aged. If you have ever seen someone with removable dentures when they take out, you will have the sense of the impacts of missing teeth on appearance.

If you are planning to replace your missing teeth, replace it with dental implants. Dental implants have a high success rate of 95% which is not found in other teeth replacement options like dentures and bridges. Replace your missing teeth and stay healthy!