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Top Ten Reasons to Get Dental Implants

We’re passionate about dental health, but we know that it can be difficult to get excited about going to the dentist for a dental procedure. That’s why we have put together a list to convince our patients that getting a tooth implant now is not only a great choice for your dental health, but can have all kinds of other unexpected benefits.

If you’ve been looking for a convincing reason to get dental implants at our office, here’s our top top ten for you:

Improved Self-Confidence

When you’re living with a missing or badly damaged tooth, it’s unfortunately easy to let that tooth affect your self-confidence and how willing you are to show off your smile. By replacing a missing or damaged tooth with a beautiful dental implant, you can restore your smile to its natural state.

A Stronger Jaw

After losing a permanent tooth, the jawbone underneath that missing tooth will gradually shrink away and weaken. This weakened bone can cause pain and other dental problems down the road.

By replacing that missing tooth with a tooth implant, you can stop that bone deterioration almost immediately and prevent future dental issues before they happen!

Straighter Teeth

If a permanent tooth is missing for too long, its neighboring teeth tend to shift in place to fill in that gap. These shifting teeth can throw off a previously straight smile and a well-aligned bite.

Fortunately, placing a dental implant will keep your other teeth in line, making sure your bite is correct and your natural teeth stay straight.

Long-Lasting Solutions

The best dental implants aren’t just a temporary fix, but long-term solutions you can rely on. With good dental care, you can count on your tooth implant to look great and last for years with only minimal upkeep.

Fix One Tooth. . .

If there’s only one tooth that’s bothering you, you can receive a single tooth implant that will repair that tooth without affecting the teeth around it.

Dental implants can serve as a simple solution to a simple problem. Fixing even one tooth can make a significant difference to your smile and dental health overall.

. . . Or Many

On the other hand, dental implants are flexible enough that they can also be used to replace multiple teeth, or entire rows of teeth, at once. Our implants can be used for implant-supported dentures, so our dental implants make it possible for you to receive a completely new smile.

Easy Upkeep

Dental implants work just like natural teeth and are just as easy to care for. Our tooth implants are designed to look and feel just like your natural teeth, and they can remain that way long into the future. If you brush, floss, and visit your dentist on schedule, your dental implants will look great for years.

Fits Your Schedule

We know that in some cases, patients postpone treatment they need because they’re worried the procedure won’t fit in their schedule. Even if you’re a very busy person, we’re confident we can make dental implants fit in your schedule.

With our same-day dental implants, you can come into our office and leave with a brand new tooth implant the same day—rather than a traditional dental implant procedure that spans two or more visits.

Simple Payment Plans

Paying for your dental implant procedure should be easy, which is why we accept multiple payment methods, including cash, check, credit cards, and CareCredit. We also offer an in-office payment plan that allows patients to customize their monthly payments, with no interest charges.

A Dental Team Who Cares

Our team has been improving smiles and helping people master their dental health for years. We care about our work, and we look forward to proving it to you!

If you ever have any concerns or questions about dental implants or another facet of dental care, speak with us. Communicating with patients is important to us!

Experience the Many Benefits of Dental Implants for Yourself.
If you’re ready to exchange a damaged or missing tooth for the benefits of a tooth implant, contact us today! We are happy to schedule an appointment for you or to answer any questions you might have.