Improved Oral Health
Dental implants can restore your jawbone structure. Instead of using treatment methods like a bridge that requires reducing another nearby tooth, implants leave your other teeth intact. This will help improve long-term oral health because it will be easier to clean and access between teeth.
Dental implants feel, look, fit, and function like normal teeth. Retaining your natural face shape and smile, implants are designed to permanently fuse with the bone. After the procedure, you'll be able to brush and floss as you do with your natural teeth.
When dentures don't fit properly, they're prone to slip around in your mouth. Speaking with dentures takes time and practice to overcome the difficulties of mumbling or slurring your words. With dental implants, you'll be able to speak like normal without having to worry about your teeth slipping.
Dental implants function like natural teeth so they eliminate the discomfort of removable dentures. You'll be able to carry out your everyday activities without having to even think about them!
Dental implants are anchored to your jawbone just like natural teeth. Using implants to replace missing teeth in your mouth will drastically improve chewing and you won't have to worry about sliding dentures that can make eating difficult.
Dental implants give you back your smile and confidence. Because they're so secure, you won't slip or click when talking, eating, or laughing. You'll be able to enjoy life's pleasures and have peace of mind when eating what you love, saying what you want, and being as active as you want.
Implants are designed to be a permanent solution for missing teeth and with proper care, oral hygiene, and regular dental checkups—they can last you a lifetime. Implants are not subject to decay and they don't put stress on adjacent teeth, which is a common problem with other tooth replacement options like dental bridges.
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