Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Simply put, a dental implant is a new tooth, designed just for you from a dental ceramic material which is permanently connected in the space where your original tooth once was.

Your dentist will clean and prepare the space where your original tooth was and insert a titanium screw into the bone. Your new ceramic implant tooth is attached to the titanium screw for a secure fit.

When Would You Consider Dental Implants?

Missing teeth or a tooth that is damaged beyond repair can be replaced with a dental implant. There are some sensible reasons for replacing an original tooth or filling a space where an original tooth was.

  • Nutritional – When several teeth are missing or damaged beyond repair, it can affect our ability to chew. When we begin limiting our food intake we often limit our nutritional intake too. It is vital that we feed our bodies with the nutrients needed to sustain a healthy life.
  • Communicating – What we may not initially realize is that the words we speak are formed in part by the way our tongue touches parts of our mouth, including our teeth. Missing teeth can affect our ability to speak clearly and convey our messages to others.
  • Cosmetic – Often when we think about missing teeth we think about how it affects our appearance. This is important because your healthy and beautiful smile conveys to the world around you that you are confident and care about your health and appearance. And when you feel confident, you are confident.

There may be other reasons to consider dental implants that are specific to your individual dental needs and your dentist will discuss them with you during your office consultation.

The world around us includes our family and friends and possibly even business colleagues and clients. A healthy and beautiful smile is an important part of the way that we present ourselves to those in our world. But more importantly, a healthy and beautiful smile is an important part of the way we take care of ourselves.

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