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Why Choose Dental Implants?

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Dental implants provide exceptional results for people who need to replace missing teeth. The minimally-invasive design and straightforward treatment are preferred over alternatives like bridges and dentures.

Here are just a few reasons why

Made for Single and Multiple Tooth Restorations

Depending on how many teeth are missing, you can choose to get an individual implant or pair them for multi-tooth restorations. Something like an implant bridge can replace 3-4 teeth at a time. Full-arch, hybrid designs are also available. But if you’re only missing one tooth, an individual implant and crown will blend right in with your smile.

Non-Invasive to Other Teeth

Unlike removable or fixed tooth replacement restorations, dental implants do not physically alter or rely on adjacent teeth for their support. The implant is installed just next to anatomical teeth almost as if you had a new tooth all over again. Their placement and design help to reinforce normal biting patterns, minimising the risk for tooth drifting and misalignment in the rest of your bite.

Function Like Anatomical Teeth

An implant is capable of withstanding heavier pressure than an anatomical tooth. This strength makes it possible for them to chew all of the foods you love without needing to alter your day-to-day diet. Even if we’re pairing implants for multi-tooth restorations, you’ll be able to go about your normal routine without major modifications to your lifestyle.

Easy to Maintain

Dental implants don’t require any special maintenance aside from the same attention you pay to anatomical teeth. Routine professional cleanings, daily flossing and gentle toothbrushing are all you need. As long as the gums and bone around them stay healthy, your implant’s stability is protected.

Extended Performance

Today’s dental implants have the ability to last decades, if not your entire life. Their success and performance make them the gold standard for today’s tooth replacement treatments.

Find out if you qualify for dental implants and learn more about what’s involved by reserving a consultation with us today.

Any invasive or surgical procedure may carry risks. Before moving forward, it is recommended that you seek a second opinion from an appropriately licensed medical professional.

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