According to the study that has been performed by Millennium Research Group, the dental implants procedure would nearly decline in the decade ahead as the process becomes more popular. The process had been limited to a tiny group of scientists in the past, which, now, is performed by almost all the dentists. Almost all of the dentists are imparted training so that they can carry out this dental implants process.
At least 1 permanent tooth in an adult who is between the age of 35 and 44 must be missing. Few people consider the replace men to be more a cosmetic matter than a dental issue and hence their reason for procrastination. The dental implants process is expensive and people consider focussing on the seemingly essential things that going for an expensive procedure.
Though there is no apparent immediate consequence of an absent tooth, its effects on dental health last long.
The teeth that are adjacent to this gap start to move to fill the gap left by an absent tooth. The teeth alignment is altered in the way, affecting the smile. Malocclusion can lead to troubles in biting, decay of tooth, along with periodontal diseases.
When a gap is created, it becomes a spot for the accumulation of food particles. Improper cleaning of this area will affect the adjacent teeth.
Missing tooth on a side leads to an overuse of the teeth on other side. More particularly, back molars are used and this affects health of jaws and muscles. Moreover, strength in jaw bones is needed for dental implants.