Missing teeth can make a real difference in your daily life, limiting your diet choices and/or affecting your social life. Teeth are lost for a variety of reasons, such as trauma, injury, gum disease, or illness. Missing teeth can and should be replaced. Each and every gap in your teeth poses potential problems for your long term dental health. One missing tooth can lead to additional tooth loss and ultimately a change in facial appearance. Long term changes, such as tooth migration into the gap, causes additional gum problems and bite problems, possibly triggering TMJ pain and lastly loss of jaw bone.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/3″]
Why Replace Missing Teeth?
- Keep your smile intact
- Maintain chewing ability
- Maintain proper speech
- Correct bite
- Support surrounding teeth
Why Dental Implants?
Dental Implants can transform your life with a simple comfortable solution to replace missing teeth with stable, natural looking restorations. They are a proven, lasting procedure with a success rate of over 95%. Dental Implants are available to almost everyone missing a tooth, regardless of age, once the jaw is no longer growing, as long as there is enough good healthy bone for placement. If bone is inadequate, it can be built up with bone grafting. Don’t you deserve to eat the foods you like, talk business with confidence and smile socially with the knowledge that you are the best you can be?[/vc_column_text]
What Are the Advantages of Dental Implants?
- A proven, successful biocompatible solution, with over 95% success rate that can last a lifetime
- Maintain youthful appearance – prevent other tooth loss and bone shrinkage that leads to collapse of facial features, wrinkled lips, sunken cheeks and mouth wrinkles
- Restore appearance and function – regain nutrition , oral health, comfort and self-esteem – “SMILE BIG”
- Stable restorations – securely anchored, eliminating “loose fit”, poor fit, gum irritation, sore spots, pressure points, paste (glue), speech impairment, and taste impairment
- Minimally invasive – no need to grind down adjacent teeth as with conventional bridges