Should you lose a tooth, your dentist might recommend a dental implant. This restoration involves a titanium post that’s implanted into your jawbone, acting as an artificial tooth root that will support your new, customized tooth. For most people, a dental implant brings back the function and beauty of their original smile, but for some the restoration is unsuccessful.
A failed dental implant is often preventable, by properly caring for your entire smile. Here are a few tips to encourage the life and beauty of your new tooth:
See Your Dentist Regularly – Visiting your dental hygienist twice a year is vital to the health and longevity of your new smile. Call your dentist today and schedule a checkup!
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Spanaway Family Dentistry
20709 Mountain Hwy E #101
Spanaway, WA 98387
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