Dental issues such as broken, missing, or decayed teeth can affect your appearance. As a result, you may suffer from low esteem issues which can affect how you interact with other people. 

To correct these issues, you could benefit from a dental implant procedure. Dental implants look and feel like your natural teeth. Dental implants can also serve you for a long time, as long as you take good care of them. Furthermore, the success rate of dental implants is 98% which makes them quite reliable.

This article explains three reasons why you would need a new set of dental implants.

1.      Cracked Teeth

Cracked teeth can cause you pain when you chew food. Such teeth can also make your gums swell and cause severe sensitivity.

If your teeth are severely damaged, you may need an extraction procedure. Your dentist could recommend dental implants to restore your smile and the functionality of your teeth.

But some dentists may not recommend extraction. They could try to repair your broken teeth through gold or silver amalgam fillings. In addition, if you have a crack on your front tooth, your dentist can repair this tooth through bonding.

2.      Missing Teeth

Tooth loss can be due to physical trauma, gum diseases, tooth cavities, or aging. Missing teeth (especially the front teeth) can also affect your speech since you won't be able to pronounce words correctly.

In addition, chewing food becomes very difficult with several missing teeth. If you don't chew your food properly, you may experience serious digestion issues.

Nevertheless, if most of your teeth are missing, you may experience teeth misalignment – not to mention jaw bone deterioration. Bone deterioration can give your face have a rather conspicuous caved-in look. Therefore, you need dental implants to fill these spaces and stimulate bone growth.

3.      Loose Dentures

Dentures can come loose over time. And if your dentures don't fit perfectly, you may experience discomfort and pain. Loose-fitting dentures can also make it difficult to talk. You may prefer to speak less in public if you're worried about embarrassing yourself.

To avoid these issues, you may need to get a new set of dental implants. These implants offer a more permanent solution with little maintenance. You only need to keep to your normal oral care practices.

If you experience any of the issues discussed above, visit your dentist to see if you're a good fit for a dental implant procedure.