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Jan
9

10 Things a Dental Implant Will Let You Do

Posted in Dental Implants
  1. Brush and Floss Normally

Many fixed and removable tooth replacements require special cleaning routines and tools. Not so with a dental implant! Caring for one usually entails the same techniques used on natural teeth.

  1. Smile Without Fear

This benefit goes without explanation!

  1. Live Your Life

An implant will let you live free of worry over damaging, losing, cleaning, or anyone noticing your removable appliance.

  1. Chew a Steak

Yes, an implant can take that! Dental implants let you enjoy a diverse range of tasty and nutritious foods.

  1. Bite an Apple

Even a strong partial denture could let you down when it comes to your favorite fiber-loaded fruits for a balanced diet.

  1. Support Your Smile

When a tooth is lost, the bone underneath it will start to disappear. This causes the gums to sag, enlarging the gap. With a dental implant in place of the tooth, your bone will stay strong.

  1. Have Fewer Dental Appointments

Once your implant heals securely in place, there’s not much more to do. Keep your regular six-month appointments and brush and floss daily.

  1. Secure Your Denture

Implants can help even if you have no teeth left at all. Say goodbye to messy denture pastes when you get your prosthesis fitted for an implant attachment.

  1. Preserve Tooth Spacing and Alignment

If there’s a gap, your natural teeth will be quick to shift out of place. An implant makes a great permanent placeholder!

  1. Speak Clearly

A missing tooth can affect speech, so replacing it will help you sound clear and professional whenever you need to.

Ready to see just how much these benefits could mean to you? Ask your dentist for an implant consultation.

Posted on behalf of:
Seven Hills Dentistry
1305 Cedarcrest Rd. #115
Dallas, GA 30132
(678) 257-7177

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