Dental Implants: 7 Reasons They’re Right for You
This is why dental implants are often the best option in modern dentistry.
If you’ve lost teeth because of damage, disease, or extraction, dental implants may be the perfect solution to restore your smile.
1. Truly natural in appearance and function
Dental implants are custom-shaped, colored, and placed for each individual patient to look exactly like a natural tooth. They are also placed in the jawbone, so they function the same as your natural teeth. Whether you choose implant-supported dentures, immediate dentures, or a full arch of dental implants, your dental implants will look beautifully natural.
2. Eat what you want, comfortably
Traditional dentures can slip and cause discomfort when eating. With dental implants, you can eat what you want in comfort, since they are embedded in your jaw just as your natural teeth are.
3. Keep your jawbone healthy
Teeth provide necessary stimulation to the jawbone that keeps it healthy and stable. If you are missing a tooth, the surrounding bone can deteriorate over time. Dental implants are embedded in the jaw much like a natural tooth, which provides the stimulation you need to protect your jaw.
4. Protect your healthy teeth
Dental implants allow your dentist to replace missing teeth without unnecessarily damaging or removing existing teeth, allowing you to keep your natural teeth while replacing the missing one(s).
5. Easy hygiene
Your dental implants are just as durable as your existing teeth. Beyond regular dental hygiene, no special care is needed to keep your implants clean. Simply floss and brush daily, visit your dentist regularly, and your implants will remain healthy and clean.
6. Lifetime restoration
A dental implant can last a lifetime, if cared for properly with regular dental hygiene. Save on time, cost, and effort with a solution that will keep your smile beautiful for life.
7. Best value
Dental implants may cost more upfront than other traditional dental options, but when you consider the durability and ease of maintenance, implants are actually more affordable than other solutions over the longrun.
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Dr. Dixon restores patients' smiles in Gainesville, Georgia, Hall County and the surrounding areas. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointemnt, contact us today!