How Long Do Dental Implants Last UK?

How long do dental implants last UK

How Long Do Dental Implants Last UK?

Posted April 25th, 2022 by daryll jonnson

Dental implants are gaining more popularity as a solution for tooth loss, but there’s still confusion around how long these dental prosthetics last. The reason behind this, of course, is to know whether or not the investment will be worth it in the long run. Contact The Face Space in Monmouth to make an appointment with one of our trained dentists so we can explain everything you need to know about dental implants and how they work in your mouth. There are many factors that affect how long dental implants will last, lets take a look.

 

What Are Dental Implants?

Implants are made of titanium, and they have proven to be the best replacement for lost teeth. Implants can last up to a lifetime with regular maintenance by an experienced dentist. The secret is the strength and durability of implant-receiving teeth, since these teeth are implanted into your jaw bone. Contact The Face Space so we can help determine the best treatment plan for you.

How Long Do Teeth Implants Last?

Generally speaking you can expect your new implants to last 15 to 20 years before they need to be replaced. The procedure itself can take anywhere from three months to a year before you see stability. After that, your dental implants should last a lifetime! You should make regular visits to your dentist every six months so that they can check on their health. But don’t worry, if you maintain healthy teeth and gums by brushing twice daily and flossing once daily, along with regular checkups at The Face Space in Monmouth, you won’t need new ones any time soon!

What Can Affect Dental Implants Lifespan? 

Several factors can affect dental implants lifespan. The reasons range from chewing hard food to lack of maintenance on part of the patient. Your oral health plays a significant role too, but also your lifestyle choices and medical conditions. In many cases, your dentist will recommend daily brushing and flossing as part of your dental implants care plan. This can help keep plaque and other harmful particles away from the implant site.

How To Maintain Your Dental Implants

This can make a huge difference when it comes to the durability of your Dental Implants. Proper care is essential to a long lasting solution, so here are some quick tips to help you maintain your Dental Implants:

  • Brush and floss twice daily for 2 minutes each time
  • Use fluoride toothpaste to fight cavities and gum disease
  • Follow regular dental hygiene schedules for checkups, cleanings, teeth whitening, etc.

Dental Implants in Monmouth 

The Face Space in Monmouth offers dental implants and other dentistry. So call today to get yours! Or find out more information about our other services by giving us a call today on 01600732105.

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