People are quick to write off dental implants as too expensive to bother contemplating. But dental implants may offer even more value than their price tag states.
So before you dismiss dental implants all together, consider their benefits.
An Implant Will Make You Look Better
For starters, an implant is going to fill in the gap in your smile, making you instantly look younger, healthy, and more attractive.
An implant looks and feels far more natural than a removable false tooth. It’s permanent so you’ll be able to eat without fear of it falling out.
Caring for an implant is simple. You just brush and floss as usual.
You’ll feel so confident with an implant that you won’t be able to help but smile all the time!
Dental Implants – Game Changer for Your Health
As long as you have that gap in your smile, you’ll always have to deal with the annoyance of food getting stuck there. You may even have to cut up food into tiny bites beforehand, depending on which teeth and how many are missing.
But an implant will change the way you eat, forever. You can securely and comfortably chew all of your favorite healthy foods your body needs.
Another benefit is that an implant will help preserve tooth alignment. When other teeth tip or shift out of position, they become prone to disease. So preserving their natural positions helps keep your smile healthy.
Of course, not everyone’s position allows them to successfully get a dental implant. If an implant isn’t an option for you, then your dentist will let you know of other options. Schedule a dental implant consultation to find out more.
Posted on behalf of:
Dr. C Family Dentistry
13514 E 32nd Ave
Spokane Valley, WA 99216
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