People who need to replace missing teeth should consider dental implants.

They can provide the same function as natural teeth and look just like them too. You may have heard that there are some myths about dental implants, but in this post, we’re going to debunk 10 of them so you know what’s true and what isn’t.

1. Dental Implants are More Expensive Than Traditional Dentures

Dental implants might be more expensive than traditional dentures for some people, but they provide a better alternative to oral health.

The average cost of dental treatment can vary depending on location and what options are included in your coverage plan—from jaw reconstruction surgery with bone replacement down to simple procedures such as teeth whitening using retainers or pastes without needing extractions!

2. You Can’t Chew With Dental Implants

Dental implants are used to replace both teeth and roots, allowing you the freedom of not having to remove anything for routine visits such as checkups or deep cleanings (dentists may still recommend tooth extractions before procedures such as root canals, where it is easier to access with a surgical instrument).

Dental Implants Don’t Look Natural

This is a difficult argument to debunk, as everyone has an opinion on what looks natural or not.

In our experience at Resolution Specialist Treatment Centre, we have found that dental implants do indeed look more natural than traditional dentures and many other dental procedures such as veneers and crowns. We can’t speak for everyone, but we’ve seen the evidence first.

Dental Implants Hurt a Lot When They’re Put in Place

On average, the discomfort level of dental implants falls somewhere in between deep cleaning and a root canal.

This varies from person to person. However, we do strive for our clients to be as comfortable as possible and will take great care of your case so you feel confident and happy with the results!

3. Dental Implants Won’t Work for Me Because I Have Diabetes or Other Health Problems

While it is true that people who have diabetes or other chronic conditions can face higher risks when undergoing any surgery, dental implants are no different.

The only time there would be a problem is if your condition was so severe that it put your life in jeopardy. In this rare circumstance, you should not undergo dental procedures of any sort.

4. Do I Need to Go Through Extensive Surgery to Get Dental Implants?

Dental implants may be a good option for people with health conditions that prevent them from undergoing surgery.

The procedure doesn’t require much in terms of additional procedures, so your dentist can approximate the implant to existing tissues and reduce cutting downtime compared to other forms of dentures. It also means less time spent recovering, as well!

5. Dental Implants Take a Long Time to Heal

Compared to other procedures, dental implants will heal about the same.

If your dentist recommends you replace or restore several teeth, for example, there may be a need for bone grafting to make sure they are fixed safely and securely, which can add days to this process, but most people who have had their implants recommend them again once everything settles down.

6. Once my Dental Implants are Placed, Will I Have to Stay on a Diet for the Rest of my Life?

Dental implants are not the only solution to eating more difficult meals-there are several other types of dental appliances your dentist can suggest.

In most cases, this involves removing some of the lower front teeth so they cannot cut as deeply into food. You will need to consult with a healthcare professional on what is best for you!

7. Dental Implants Aren’t Good if You’re Missing Many Teeth

Not at all. There are solutions for people who have lost many teeth, whether it is a cosmetic or functional issue.

What makes dental implants so effective is that they can be made to look exactly like your existing teeth, making them ideal if you want your smile to look natural and prevent the need for more surgeries in the future. Dental implants involve lots of preparation that other procedures do not have. There are several forms of dental work that require extensive prepping before they are completed, but this does not necessarily mean it will take longer!

If you currently have healthy gums and enough bone structure to place an implant, this should only take one visit. We recommend consulting with your dentist beforehand on what will need to be done during that time.

8. Dental Implants Can’t Replace My Upper Teeth

Dental implants are made of titanium, one of the most biocompatible materials in all living organisms.

The titanium has a head on it, which is the part that’s connected to your gum tissue. This head is strong and can be placed at any angle for stability. It usually takes several months for the bone to grow around the implant entirely, but once this occurs, they will be extremely stable and able to handle anything you throw at them!


For more information on how to get a free consultation, contact our team of experts today. We’ll help you navigate the complexities of getting your teeth fixed with an affordable solution that suits your needs and budget!