Do you have weak or missing teeth? While the goal is always to keep your teeth clean and healthy, teeth do weaken and decay overtime. Proper maintenance and dental visits can help slow this process, but sometimes certain trouble teeth need to be removed. When possible, it’s best to fill the newly empty space with dental implants. Implants assist with tooth replacement, serving as an artificial root that will keep your new tooth in place. Here are several dental implant benefits for your consideration.
1. Protect Your Remaining Teeth
The gap that remains after a tooth is removed can cause problems for surrounding teeth. Nearby teeth will often shift positions overtime. While this may seem minor, the process often substantially weakens them and, in some cases, results in their removal. Dental implants fill the empty space and support nearby teeth.
2. Keep You Smiling
One of the best things about dental implants is that they are nearly indistinguishable from your real teeth. Your dental implant professional can match the color so that even friends and family won’t be able to tell the difference.
3. Offer an Alternative to Dentures
Dental implants are a great alternative to dentures. While dentures work for some, they can be hard to maintain for others. Unlike dentures, dental implants are secure, offer consistent support, and will last a lifetime.
Think Dental Implants are Right for You?
Do you think that dental implants are right for you? If you’d like to speak with a professional about tooth replacement, contact $1895 Dental Implants today. We work with various dentists throughout the area. To learn more about our company and participating dentists, take time to visit our website. Feel free to contact us at one of the following numbers for answers to your questions and advice:
North Puget Sound—(425) 276–7816
South Puget Sound—(253) 321–6522
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Dental Implants in Puget Sound
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