There are many ways to replace teeth that have gone missing in an accident or because of illness or decay, but a dental implant is one of the most effective. Since they were first introduced in 1959, the technology has advanced to the point at which tooth implants are virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth.
You may raise an eyebrow at the cost of dental implants (they can be anywhere from $1000 to $3000 each and most dental plans do not cover these costs), in the long run, they are more cost effective. The reason is that implantation is a one-time procedure with a 95% success rate; unlike dentures or crowns that will invariably need to be replaced at some point, implants are permanent when done properly and well-maintained with good oral hygiene.
Who Can Have Dental Implant Surgery
Generally, anyone who is in good health and maintains good dental hygiene …