Dental Implants - The New Gold Standard of Tooth Replacement

      Dental implants can change your life.  From a single missing tooth to an entire set of lost teeth, dental implants restore your appearance, speech, nutrition, health and self-esteem.  If any of your teeth are missing, you know the consequences can be profound, both physically and emotionally. 

      Why are implants the best option to replace teeth?  A decades long track record has proven dental implants to be the longest lasting, most natural looking, and strongest chewing substitute for natural teeth.  The success rate is above 95%: one of the highest of any type of tooth replacement or medical procedure.  Dental bridgework, by contrast, often needs replacement in 10 to 20 years. 

       Dental implants also help to maintain the health and shape of the jaw bone.  Studies show that implants, like roots of real teeth, preserve the shape and size of your jaw bone by preventing the bone loss which normally occurs whenever a tooth or teeth are removed.  Removable dentures, on the other hand, actually accelerate bone loss.  Unlike removable dentures, implants won't shift or feel uncomfortable due to movement.  They don't develop odors or need special cleaning and adhesives.  Your food choices are not restricted, and speaking and smiling are as natural as with your own teeth.

      Dental implants DO:

  -Feel and look natural

  -Minimize bone loss

  -Have a very high (usually over 95%) success rate

  -Can last a lifetime

       Dental implants DON'T:

   -Slip and move

   -Decay

   -Restrict your diet

   -Impair speech

   -Look artificial

        Invest in yourself, invest in your future, and invest in your health.  Dental implants are the new gold standard of tooth replacement.  Why not the best?

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