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Dental implants are a permanent solution to the problem of missing teeth.

Unlike dentures or partials, you won’t experience problems with slipping and sliding; they don’t require any specialized daily care routine beyond regular brushing and flossing when needed for best results! Implants can support bridges in fewer adjustments during more complex restorations than other options like wearing false molars on top as replacement teeth while waiting out treatment times from normal dental practices.

Do I Need Dental Implants?

Missing teeth can make you feel self-conscious and insecure. These are legitimate concerns. A missing tooth has an undesirable social stigma attached to it, which may result in unfair judgment from others.

This problem goes beyond just being aesthetically unpleasing because those without full sets of pearly whites will also have difficulty enjoying the foods they need for proper nutrition (keeping fillings intact) due their injury risk increasing significantly as well–and not only does nutritional deficiencies pose safety risks but vitamin D deficiency most likely plays some role so early childhood development played out properly too.

Dental implants are the answer to not only preventing but also halting bone loss. Missing teeth can take a toll on your appearance as well, causing early aging and even toothlessness in some cases.

The best part? Denture-grade porcelain or metal crowns may not be able match what dental implant therapy provides: an opportunity for life again with confident smile that will never change its tune no matter how much time goes by.

Am I a Good Candidate for Dental Implants?

Dental implants are an excellent option for people with healthy teeth and gums.

However, some conditions can affect their effectiveness so it’s important that you bring any questions or concerns about your health history into our office before we proceed.

Don’t worry – even if you have a concern related to implantation itself (for example: cysts), many of these problems will still be manageable by careful planning on both sides! We need this information in order account for potential issues during treatment while taking appropriate precautions beforehand as well

How Are Dental Implants Placed?

Before beginning the actual implant process, we will perform a full examination. If necessary to ensure that your bone is in good condition and can handle these titanium posts securely attached directly onto it by way of surgery, then you might be eligible for grafting or other procedures like tooth-colored resin crowns during this time too.

The titanium posts for your implants will be placed. Once you have healed sufficiently, we can offer a temporary crown over the implant while waiting on permanent teeth from dentistry lab who are known for their high-quality work. When they return with this final product in hand – it’s yours. We’ll check to ensure everything fits as expected and then complete all our efforts so that not only do these new additions look great too added function-they perform smoothly every time.

For more information about dental implants or to schedule an appointment, please call our practice today.