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How strong are Implants compared to natural teeth?

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‍Today’s smile isn’t just about aesthetics; it’s about your overall appearance and self-confidence. A beautiful smile can help you feel more confident in social situations and at work. That’s why it’s important to have the right teeth. Whether you have just a few missing teeth or you have serious tooth loss, dental implants can help you achieve the smile you have always dreamed of. But which one is right for you? To help you decide, read on to learn more about dental implants and SAPTeeth how they compare to natural teeth.

What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is a tooth root replacement. When a patient has a tooth that needs to be removed, the dentist will use an implant to replace the root of the tooth. The implant secured in place with bone cement, and over time, the bone will grow around it. This natural growth makes it difficult to pull out an implant because it bonds with your jawbone.

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Dental Implants with SAPTeeth: Royal Dental Clinics

The Dental Industry is buzzing with research for providing solutions to missing teeth for the ageing population with weak or less bones. Dental implants are now being used for geriatric patients, who in most cases have no teeth. Teeth implants are now also possible in one day, along with ‘teeth-in-a-day’. The implant made of titanium and the SAPTeeth dental crown attached over it.

New Natural teeth can restore your beautiful smile!

If you’re missing teeth, dental implants can help you get the smile you’ve always wanted. Unlike dentures or bridges, dental implants are permanent and natural-looking. They designed to look and feel like real teeth. Dental implants made of titanium and they work just like your natural teeth would. Attach themselves to your jawbone, so they can’t like dentures. Dental implants come in a variety of shapes and sizes to meet your needs.

You can choose from three different types: fixed (rooted), non-fixed (unrooted), or partially fixed (also called hybrid). Your dentist will recommend which type is best for you, depending on your bite, bone density, and lifestyle.

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A Firm Bite is Essential to Your Quality of Life | Natural Teeth or SAPTeeth

How strong are Implants compared to natural teeth?

The bite strength of a dental implant is between 80- to 90-percent the strength of a natural tooth. If you’ve lived with dentures, bridges, or weak/diseased teeth for any period, you understand the importance of a firm bite.

Many mumbai residents who are considering replacing missing teeth or teeth that extracted due to an infection or other hygienic or cosmetic reasons, are curious about the differences between their tooth replacement options: dental implants, dentures, and dental bridges. Our dentists assure these patients that nothing compares to the strength and durability of dental implants. They’re just that superior!

Dentures replace an arch or a mouth full of missing teeth; something dental implants can also accomplish. But traditional dentures are removable. You take them out of your mouth every night and secure them every morning with a dental paste. Since the only thing holding your dentures in place is a paste, you’re at risk for them slipping and sliding throughout the day as you speak and eat, and must avoid chewy and crunchy foods to reduce this risk.



Similarly, dental bridges, which are typically designed to replace a single missing tooth, are secured only by crowns placed on your adjacent teeth. Since there’s nothing connecting the bridge to your bone, bridges are at risk of cracking and breaking as you bite and chew on your foods. They just aren’t as strong as your natural teeth unless you have SAPTeeth.

Implants will last much longer than other dental restorative procedures. Bonding typically will last a year or two, and dentures often have a life expectancy of about five years. But implants are said to have a 98% initial success rate and a 95%success rate after ten years — for many people, they may last a lifetime.

Dr Chirag Chamria

Natural teeth like SAPTeeth

A property of SAPTeethTM allows the light to reflect naturally from your tooth. This gives the excellent aesthetics for better patient acceptability!

SAPTeeth is fixed over the natural tooth with cement similar to SAPTeeth. This allows better bonding of prosthesis with implant or natural tooth.

It gives greater strength as compared to multi-layered ceramic/porcelain/zirconia or metal prosthesis.

Choosing Our Doctors for Dental Implants Placement

For a young cosmetic patient long-lasting, plaque resistant material is a boon. Whereas for a middle-aged one; a functionally working prosthesis that can take the daily load is needed. In an elderly person, functional and cosmetic acceptable solution is required over a weak bone structure. SAPTeethTM is a one-stop solution for all age groups.

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