Dental implants are often the first choice in restoring damaged or missing teeth. This is because dental implants restore the look and function of missing or damaged teeth in a way that provides strength and durability. In addition, they offer patients greater comfort in fit and feel than other options which may become damaged or deteriorate over time.
Dental implants are a long-term solution that helps patients to chew, speak, and smile with confidence. When properly cared for, implants can last a lifetime, just like your natural teeth!
Implants also help to retain natural face structure and smile. And when you fill an empty space left by a missing tooth, you help to protect healthy jawbones from deterioration and other oral health problems.
Unlike dentures, implants stay in your mouth permanently, requiring only the occasional adjustment from your dentist. You never have to carry your teeth in a cup or worry about slipping, sliding, or discomfort due to a poor fit. And caring for your implants is easy. Simply brush, floss, and protect your implants the same way you would your natural teeth for a solution that lasts a lifetime.
Unlike dentures, implants allow you to bite naturally so you can enjoy all your favorite foods without worry. And you can speak without fear that your dentures will move. Your implants are connected to the jawbone, rooted firmly in place. Because implants are bonded to the jawbone, they take the place of the missing tooth root. This leaves your healthy teeth uncompromised and restores function and health to the area where the missing tooth was.
Implants also have a long, successful history as a means of restoring damaged or missing teeth. You can trust your dentist to provide a reliable outcome that restores your smile to its full health and potential.
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