Permanently Replace Missing Teeth with Dental Implants

Preserve Your Smile with Confidence: Permanently Replace Missing Teeth with Dental Implants

You don’t have to deal with missing teeth or uncomfortable dentures. Dental implants are effective long-term replacements for missing teeth. A lot of people have questions about dental implants, and we want to make sure that you have the information you need to make the best decision for you. Here are 7 things you should know about replacing missing teeth with dental implants.

  1. They aren’t removable

One of the nicest parts about dentures is the fact that they always stay in place. Unlike other tooth replacement options, like dentures, dental implants stay secured in place so that they can function like natural teeth. You can enjoy all of your favorite foods, be confident in your smile, and rest easy knowing that your teeth are there to stay.

  1. They support the structure of your face

Not replacing missing teeth can have serious structural side effects on the rest of your mouth. By leaving missing teeth alone, you can experience bone loss, and the muscles in your face won’t have the same support, meaning that the shape of your face can change. Dental implants actually support your jawbone and your facial muscles. Replacing missing teeth means preserving the overall appearance of your face!

  1. They support the surrounding teeth

When you have an open gap from a missing tooth, your surrounding teeth can start to shift into the open space and cause problems for the rest of your teeth. Some of these problems can include periodontal disease, tooth decay, and changes to your bite.

  1. They function like natural teeth

The beauty of implants is that they function much like your natural teeth. Because implants are permanently affixed to your jawbone, they stay in your jaw just like your natural teeth, giving you the freedom and mobility to live life on your terms!

  1. Care is easy

Dental implants are really easy to take care of. All you need to do is brush and floss your teeth just like you would with your natural teeth. It is important to use a low-abrasive toothpaste and to brush down by the base of the crown. Daily care of your implants is a small step toward making sure they last as long as possible.

  1. They can last up to 20 years

With proper care and an experienced dentist, your dentures can last you up to 20 years, making dentures an excellent long-term option. Because of how long they last and the health benefits of implants, implants really are a long-term investment in you.

  1. Dental implants are an investment in your future

Implants are permanent replacements for missing teeth that give you the freedom that you had with your natural teeth while supporting all of the existing structures in your jaw and face. You can preserve your smile, your health, and your confidence for life with dental implants.

Implants are excellent tooth-replacement options because they allow you to live your life on your terms, with the confidence to smile, eat, and talk just like you would with all of your natural teeth! Be sure to ask your dentist if you have any questions about whether or not implants are the best long-term replacement for missing teeth available for you.

Ready to take the next step? Schedule your consultation with Dr. Carmona today to take the first step toward taking back your life!

Dr. Ernesto Carmona Jr.

Dr. Ernesto Carmona Jr.

Dr. Ernesto Carmona Jr. grew up watching both of his parents rewarded continuously by the love and fulfillment that they got from being dentists. Watching this example and seeing how fulfilling a career in dentistry was while being able to give the same passion and attention to their own family, Dr. Carmona chose to walk the same path and also pursue a career in dentistry.