If you’re missing one or more of your permanent teeth, dental implants could be a lifetime tooth replacement option. Modern dental implants offer the most reliable, cost-effective, and longest-lasting tooth replacement treatment.
Dental implants are growing in popularity for the more than 100 million middle-aged adults who are missing one or more of their permanent teeth.
DENTAL IMPLANTS ARE DESIGNED TO REPLACE TEETH FOR MANY YEARS, AND LAST LONGER THAN DENTAL BRIDGES. THE TITANIUM USED IN DENTAL IMPLANTS IS FUSED TO BONE THROUGH OSSEOINTEGRATION, PROVIDING A STRONG ROOT FOR YOUR TOOTH REPLACEMENT. WITH THIS STRONG FOUNDATION, DENTAL IMPLANTS WILL PROVIDE BITE STABILIZATION WHILE MAINTAINING FACIAL SHAPE.
WHILE BRIDGES AND DENTURES HAVE TO BE REPLACED EVERY SEVEN TO 15 YEARS, DENTAL IMPLANTS CAN LAST MUCH LONGER WHEN WELL-MAINTAINED. THE DENTAL IMPLANT COST IS NOT INSIGNIFICANT, BUT OVER TIME, DENTAL IMPLANTS MAY SAVE YOU MONEY.
Unlike your natural teeth, dental implants will not decay or get cavities. While brushing and oral hygiene are still necessary for gum health, dental implants won’t have the risk of tooth decay like a natural tooth. With proper care, implants last a lifetime.
Dental implants look just like your beautiful natural teeth and come in shades to match them perfectly. You’ll be proud to show off your smile again with dental implants.
The best solution for missing teeth is replacing them with dental implants. Cost-effective and a lifetime tooth replacement, dental implants are attractive, look natural, and feel like your own teeth. If you think dental implants are for you, contact us today for a complimentary dental implant consultation.
Having dentures that hold securely all day, even when eating – that’s the wish of every denture-wearer. Permanent dentures with strategically placed dental implants provide tooth replacement that snaps securely in place and stays in place, restoring natural function.
You may have heard misconceptions about dentures secured with dental implants. Here are the facts.
You may think you are too old or have too much bone loss, but you can learn whether dental implant-secured dentures are right for you during a personal consultation. Conditions such as osteoporosis may impact how dental implants will be used, but most people have positive results with dental implant treatment.
Sedation and/or anesthesia make dental implant procedures pain-free. Most patients have tenderness at the implant site for a few days after the procedure, but the discomfort goes away quickly. Your dental implants will soon feel like natural teeth, even when eating.
Not every dentist has the expertise to provide dental implant treatment for missing teeth. Precision implant dentistry requires a clinical professional who is trained in dental implants and implant-secured dentures. Whether you choose us for your implant treatment and care or another practice, make sure you are getting the expert care needed for successful dental implant treatment.
Contact our team today to find out if dental implants can be a beautiful, lasting tooth replacement treatment option for you.