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Dental Implants: The Missing Teeth Solution

Dental Implants
Dental Implants are currently the leading treatment for dental patients who are in need of a missing teeth solution. This is partly because of the fact that they provide patients with a permanent solution for their missing teeth. Whereas other options such as dentures are not permanent and do not function like your permanent teeth would. The cost of dental implants can be expensive, but they are a worthwhile investment and can help restore a patient’s quality of life. Read below to learn more about why dental implants are beneficial for you.

Why Are Dental Implants Beneficial?
Dental Implants are very beneficial because when your teeth are missing the bones that once supported these missing teeth will gradually begin to deteriorate. With this being said dental implants unlike other tooth restoration options promote and support healthy bone growth which is good for your oral health.

Three Top Reasons Dental Implants Are Right For You
1.  They help to promote healthy bone growth
2.  They are permanently fitted into your mouth
3.  They are structured like your permanent teeth

What Makes Dental Implants Different?
Dental Implants are the only tooth restoration solution that is completely permanent. Also, they are made to function just like your natural teeth meaning you have no dietary restrictions or a feeling of being uncomfortable with the way they fit. In addition, dental implants promote healthy bone growth and if needed bone grafting is available to make the placement of dental implants possible. Also, they’re structured like natural teeth meaning cleaning and maintaining them is a simple process.

Schedule A Consultation
If you are in need of dental implants please feel free to contact our office to set up a consultation. Doing so will allow our experienced staff and trained professionals to give you a thorough examination. Also, they will be able to discuss your treatment plan as well as financing options if necessary, with you.

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