Dental Implants: An Important Development
Teeth are critical for overall health, not just for aesthetics. Teeth structure and alignment affect the nervous system, digestive system, immune system, structural alignment and so much more.
Teeth can be lost due to infection, decay, accident, orthodontics, a disrupted bite or even for aesthetic reasons.
Missing teeth that are not replaced can negatively affect the overall bite, which in turn can affect structural alignment of the jaw and even our sleep. Without replacing the missing tooth the neighboring teeth will move into that space, altering the way your teeth come together. That altered bite can change jaw alignment, blood flow to the brain as well as alter the nervous system function of the head and neck. Most of these missing teeth should be replaced to restore the bite for long term health and body alignment.Read More