If you’re going to go through the surgical process of getting implants, you will likely want to know what outcome you’ll have at the end of the day and will it feel like your real teeth do in your mouth?
Dental implants mimic the presence of natural teeth and also look natural, so much so that the casual observer is unlikely to be able to distinguish your implant(s) from your natural teeth.
After a dental implant is placed and the area around the implant has healed, you will be unlikely to notice a difference between your implants and your natural teeth. An additional benefit is that dental implants don’t have issues such as decay or sensitivity.
Better yet, dental implants will also protect your oral health by promoting bone growth around the implant itself (as opposed to missing tooth roots, which can cause bone to disintegrate over time).
Dental implants look and feel like real teeth! The crown(s) that is placed on top of your implant will be matched to the color of your natural teeth and mimic the contours of natural teeth.
When done properly, no one will be able to tell you have implants. The good news is, dental implants don’t have roots or nerves, so you won’t have any feeling in the implants themselves.
Dental implants look and function like natural teeth. No one will know you have implants. An implant may or may not feel exactly like a natural tooth, but most patients love the way they feel and look.
Because implants don’t have nerves or sensation, you don’t sense pressure or temperature when chewing food or drinking cold drinks. If you feel hot or cold or pressure, that sensation will only be felt in surrounding gum tissue.