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Benefits of Dental Implants
Owings Mills, MD

Are you considering dental implants? Do you have one or more missing teeth but want to learn more about dental implants before scheduling restorative treatment? Discover the extensive benefits of dental implants that we can provide for patients in our Owings Mills, MD dental office. Dr. Dmitry Nova is an experienced implant dentist that offers all aspects of implant surgery under one roof at Nova Dental. He is dedicated to providing high-quality, efficient implant services to patients with one or more lost permanent teeth.

Dr. Nova uses a state-of-the-art technique known as flapless implant surgery. Flapless implant placement is less invasive, requires no sutures, and supports a faster recovery. We use advanced digital technology for the diagnostic and surgical phases of treatment. This means that your patient experience and outcome will be predictable and successful.

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There are many benefits to dental implants when replacing a lost tooth or securing a bridge or denture when several or all teeth are lost.


Dental implants both look and feel the most like your natural teeth. As with any restoration, there’s an adjustment period for you to get used to them. But this period is short, and you’re speaking and eating normally in no time. Dental implants are typically finished with a custom dental crown. We craft the crown so that it matches the size, shape, and shade of the rest of your smile. People won’t even be able to tell that your tooth isn’t a natural one.

Missing teeth can take a large toll on your confidence. It isn’t likely for you to want to show off your smile when there are holes in it. People with missing teeth try to hide their smile when they’re laughing or eating in public instead of letting themself live in the moment. When you have a tooth that looks just like a natural one, you’re more than willing to wear your smile proudly.

Depending on where the missing teeth are located in your mouth, missing teeth can impact your speech. You may slur or develop a lisp because you don’t have teeth in crucial areas for speech. Our mouths require teeth so that we can make the correct sounds of words and letters. Once you replace your teeth with dental implants, you can resume speaking the way you would normally. People will be able to hear you more clearly, and you’ll be more willing to speak in public.


Dental implants are the only tooth replacement solution that replaces the root in addition to the crown. This gives them unmatched stability compared to other methods. You get back 100% of your bite function with dental implants. You don’t have to give up any of the foods you love because your restoration can’t process them. With traditional dentures and bridges, there are many foods you can’t eat because you don’t get back that full bite function.

Replacing the tooth root also gives you benefits when it comes to the jawbone. When you lose the tooth root, the jawbone starts to deteriorate in that area. Since other tooth replacement solutions don’t replace the tooth root, the jawbone continues to deteriorate there over time. The restoration has to be readjusted or replaced as the jawbone changes to ensure it’s still functioning in the way you need it to.

Dental implants spur jawbone growth and reverse the degeneration process. When your jawbone deteriorates, the facial skin and muscles no longer have the bone to support them. They start to droop and sag, altering your appearance. A sunken face prematurely ages you and can distort other features on the face because that area pulls them down. Dental implants help to give you back this bone structure so that your face is full again.


Missing teeth come with a variety of oral health issues. Replacing them with dental implants can help you avoid or reverse the problems. For instance, missing teeth are directly related to higher chances of developing gum disease. Once you’re missing one tooth, you’re also more likely to lose other teeth. The remaining ones are at higher risk of succumbing to tooth decay and cavities. Replacing teeth with dental implants helps you avoid these issues.

Missing teeth also cause you to have an uneven bite. The remaining teeth are more likely to take on damage or wear down quickly because the pressure of your bite is uneven. TMJ disorders are a concern as well. With an uneven bite, your jaw isn’t tracking properly. The jaw joint wears down, it clicks and pops, and you may have trouble opening and closing your mouth. Pain radiates throughout your jaw, face, and head. Replacing missing teeth puts your bite back into balance.

Your mouth needs a reliable replacement for your missing teeth. No other tooth replacement option is as durable as dental implants. You don’t have to be afraid to do everyday functions. They’re built to withstand the standard wear and tear that comes with a normal life, with restorations made from durable materials.


Removable restorations require you to take them out and clean them separately. If you have dentures, it’s likely that you have to use denture adhesive to keep them in your mouth. You have to take extra care to ensure all of the adhesive is cleaned off properly. Special soaks and cleaning products are needed to ensure you’re keeping everything as clean as possible. Without cleaning dentures properly, they can become a breeding ground for harmful bacteria.

With dental implants, you just have to brush and floss like you normally would. Bi-annual visits to our office ensure that everything is going right and your restoration is working as it’s supposed to. You don’t need any specialized tools to clean them. Use non-abrasive toothpaste and a soft toothbrush so that you don’t cause any scratches to the restoration material.


Flapless implant surgery, in particular, offers these advantages:

Dr. Nova’s flapless oral surgery can provide implants to patients after one in-office procedure. Before treatment, Dr. Nova ensures that patients have enough bone and gum tissue to support their new implants.

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Learn what dental implants can do for your smile. You can request a dental consultation online or contact Nova Dental at (410) 205-1127. Please let us know if you have concerns about your missing teeth or implant surgery. We are here to assist you.

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Learn what dental implants can do for your smile. You can request a dental consultation online or contact Nova Dental at our office in Owings Mills today.
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