Why should you think about replacing that lost tooth with an implant? Here are a few good reasons to get you started:
No Storing Teeth in a Cup
You will love the convenience of not having to remove false teeth at night, or the social embarrassment that goes along with it. Plus, you can stick to “normal” cleaning methods like brushing and flossing rather than brushing and soaking a denture.
You Can Stop Worrying About How Your Smile Looks
Rediscover your lost confidence. An implant blends in flawlessly with your smile. It won’t look fake, it won’t fall out, and it feels like a real tooth. You can show off your smile with pride!
You’ll Get to Eat All the Foods You Love
Some tooth replacements limit you when it comes to what you can chew or bite into. But an implant can handle everything a natural tooth can.
Laugh Out Loud
Go ahead and let that laugh roll out. You’re guaranteed that your teeth won’t roll out along with it!
Say Goodbye to Smile Shrinkage!
Without a tooth root in your jaw, the bone around missing teeth starts to shrink. Eventually, this leaves a dramatic gap in your smile and can shorten your bite, giving your chin a rolled-in or sunken appearance. Implants stimulate bone growth and contribute to a youthful facial profile.
Preserve the Rest of Your Teeth
Partial dentures and bridges rest on natural teeth for support. But implants won’t wear on the remaining teeth, since they’re set into your jaw.
Want to learn more about the benefits of dental implants? Get started today by calling an implant dentist near you to schedule a consultation.
Posted on behalf of:
Green Dental of Alexandria
1725 Duke St
Alexandria, VA 22314
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