Missing teeth can be devastating. Not only do patients with missing teeth feel less confident, but they also have difficulty speaking properly and even chewing their favorite foods.
Fortunately, there is an innovative solution that is the next-best-thing to natural teeth. You can truly regain the feel and function of real teeth with dental implants.
The dental implant replaces the tooth root and is placed directly into the bone. This procedure can be surprisingly comfortable and will ensure the most secure results. The implants also stop the bone loss that occurs when the natural tooth is missing.
Dental implant restorations might include crowns, dentures, or other appliances bonded to the implants. Dr. Adams works closely with local specialists for dental implant placement and can help you restore your dental implant(s) for a flawless new smile.
How We Use Dental Implants
Dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth, a few teeth, or all of them! Dental implants can help patients who have missing or severely damaged teeth, or patients who are unhappy with their current dentures.
Benefits of Dental Implants
Dental implants are a lifetime solution that have many advantages over bridgework or traditional dentures. Dental implants don’t use the surrounding teeth for support. That means all of your remaining teeth can stay healthy and free from damage.
Implants look, feel, and function like natural teeth. Because they replace both the root and the tooth, instead of just the tooth, you’ll get the most realistic results.
They can last for a lifetime if properly cared for. Better yet, dental implants are easy to clean. All you have to do is brush and floss like you always have, and maintain your regular dental appointments.
Dental implants improve your appearance and your self-esteem. You’ll be able to show off your smile and laugh freely again.
You’ll be able to speak and chew easily. Dental implants alleviate problems with speech and restore your complete bite force. You can enjoy a varied diet without difficulty.
Your dental implants will protect your jawbone and your natural teeth. You’ll enjoy the rest of your functional smile for the rest of your life without worrying about jawbone disintegration and collapse.
Let’s talk more about your smile. Contact our office today.