How Dental Implants Can Give You Back Your Smile

How Dental Implants Can Give You Back Your Smile

June 26, 2023

Some people have missing teeth due to trauma, age, oral disease, or cavities. When you lose natural teeth or get them extracted due to decay, your smile takes a big blow. Dental implants can solve the problem and restore the beautiful, functional smile you need.

Dental implants are mounted into the jaw, creating a strong foundation for the new teeth you will receive.

Bell Road Family Dentistry provides dental implants to reinstate your lost smile and improve your bite's function. Here are ways dental implants can enhance your smile:

Implants are Natural Looking

People won't notice that you have artificial teeth because dental implants look and feel like real teeth. They keep the smile looking natural.

Implants are Stable

Since our dentist fits the implant screws on the jawbone, you have teeth that don't move around like the case of dentures. You will smile without worrying or getting embarrassed.

Implants are Easy to Maintain

Ensuring preventive care for your teeth and gums is paramount. We recommend that you have adequate care for the artificial teeth. The good thing is that dental implants don't require special care. You can clean them normally by brushing twice daily and flossing.

Implants are Long Lasting

Your implants will last long as they are fabricated of strong materials. You can enjoy a proper bite and smile for a lifetime with proper care. The implant lifespan is around 30 years, but they can even serve you longer. You might need to replace the crowns, but the metal screws will last forever.

Dental Implants Don't Affect Other Teeth

Since your teeth don't need to be filed down to mount crowns to support your new teeth, it ensures that the structure of other teeth is retained.

If you need a lasting solution after having your teeth extracted or lost from oral disease, visit Bell Road Family Dentistry to get evaluated. Advanced technology allows us to safely fit implants and ensure you have regained your bite function and smile. Contact us today!