Here’s Why Implants are the Perfect Replacement Teeth:

  • 1 They look like real teeth. Dental implants are designed to look just like real teeth in terms of shape, size, and color—right down to the gum line. When you speak or smile, no one will be able to differentiate between your dental implants and your natural teeth.
  • 2 They maintain proper bone health. Dental implants are the only replacement teeth that provide enough stimulation to keep your jaw bone healthy. This reduces the risk of bone loss and maintains a healthy shape and size for your jaw.
  • 3 They never move. Compared to removable options like dentures and partials, dental implants will never slip or shift out of position. You’ll never have to worry about public embarrassment, speech problems, or trouble chewing. Once it’s in place, your dental implant can remain stable and secure for the rest of your life.
  • 4 They are good neighbors. Dental implants are the only replacement teeth that don’t rely on the neighboring teeth for support. Implants are strong enough to stand independently, without hooking or anchoring to your natural teeth.
  • 5 They are maintained like real teeth. Dental implants don’t have to be removed at night and they don’t require any special tools for daily oral hygiene. You can brush and floss an implant in the same way that you clean your natural teeth. Plus, you’ll be able to bite and chew with an implant with the same confidence that you would enjoy with natural teeth.

Are Dental Implants Right for You?

We highly recommend dental implants for adults in the following scenarios:

  • Born with a missing tooth
  • A missing tooth due to a failed or declined root canal procedure
  • Unsatisfied with previous attempts at tooth replacement

If you are a healthy adult with one or more missing teeth, you could be a candidate for dental implants. Implants are also an ideal solution for young adults with active lifestyles who want to invest in the strongest, most durable, high-functioning tooth replacement solution available.

To explore your options for tooth replacement with dental implants, contact our office today.