3. They Preserve Remaining Teeth
As dental implants help to reduce bone loss, this creates less stress on other teeth in your mouth. Thanks to the implants there is no gap in your mouth, which helps to create minimal impact on surrounding teeth. Plus, this helps to preserve your natural teeth even further.
Bridges use two teeth to help fill the missing space in your mouth. The bridge needs to be taken out or replaced if anything happens to natural supporting teeth. As such, they can create tooth decay.
Partial dentures use surrounding teeth for support. This can add pressure on your natural teeth and cause teeth to loosen or become damaged. Additionally, gum inflammation (gingivitis) issues also develop.
Simply put, dental implants have zero adverse effects on your natural teeth, with a low chance of future complications.