Bridge The Gap in Teeth

Bridge the Gap with Dental Implants

Having many missing teeth is detrimental to your health and replacing these teeth is very important. 

Just as with one missing tooth, several missing teeth can be aided with dental implants. Implant supported bridges are permanently fixed in the mouth, unlike removable appliances. Dental implants look and function like natural teeth without needing the support of neighboring teeth. Because dental implants replace the root of the natural tooth, they preserve the jawbone and prevent bone deterioration. This preservation of jawbone helps to keep both the bone and gum tissue from collapsing, which may lead to an unattractive smile. In addition, with a traditional bridge, cement can wash out from underneath the bridge exposing the tooth, allowing cavities to form. Dental implants do not get cavities, but brushing and flossing are extremely important to maintain healthy gums and help keep plaque away from the bone and gum tissue. 

Dentures will fit more securely and comfortably with an over-denture implant. This will minimize any discomfort and movement (slipping) that is common with normal dentures. Many older adults are turning towards dental implant supported dentures for their greater comfort and confidence with dentures. Many people are often able to eat foods they were previously unable to eat with their old dentures.

Multiple teeth implants are a great way to add confidence to your smile.   They provide you with a truly snug fitting denture or partial denture. 

If you are missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, dental implants are the way to go. They are the most natural looking way to replace missing teeth. Dental implants help maintain the integrity of the jawbone and prevent deterioration of the bone that can take place with missing teeth. It’s important to replace missing teeth as soon as possible for the full function of chewing and for a healthy, happy smile.  Build dental implants in to your budget, it is well worth the investment.

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Based on the guidance of state and local officials, we will be returning to treating patients for routine cleanings and procedures. Our top priority has always been the health of our patients and team. Going forward we will be adding even more safety precautions during your appointments...

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