We lose teeth due to many reasons including accidents, gum disease and old age. If you have missing teeth, you may experience problems like shifting teeth, or some form of gum disease. The jawbone was never meant to be toothless; and so steps must be taken to make sure teeth are always in place, healthy, and functional to perform their job.
This is why dental implants are one of the greatest innovations of the twentieth century – even though most people would never place it on their top 25 list of innovative products. A challenge that many people are now facing, after implants have now been out for more than thirty years, is the appearance an implant has when it’s up against real life, aged, teeth.
An implant looks noticeably “fake,” next to your teeth, and this can cause a negative impact on your personal, and social, life. Fortunately, dental technology is starting to create whole new ways to make sure this is no longer a problem moving forward.
Check out the article, to learn more: http://www.afr.com/business/health/after-time-some-tooth-implants-no-longer-blend-in-20131126-iys6h