Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants

Dental Implants Are Nothing To Fear!

Are you or a loved one missing a tooth? Does a gap in your teeth cause you anxiety or shut down your smile? If you would like to get back your winning smile—or help a family member or friend regain their self-esteem—dental implants may be the answer.

Dental implants are an artificial root, one that replace missing or malfunctioning teeth. The most common kinds of dental implants can restore a simple crown, a fixed bridge, or a support retention for full or partial denture. Whether someone lost teeth to gum disease, an accident, or other dental issues, replacing them with dental implants can boost confidence, reinvigorate a person’s appearance, and restore their ability to eat what they love!

New implants need the same care as your natural teeth; brushing, flossing, and regular cleaning are essential to maintaining healthy dental implants. For patients with good oral hygiene and good overall health, implants generally see success rates above 95%.

Because dental implants directly attach the artificial root through an abutment, or connecting element, occasionally bone or gum grafting is required to ensure a perfect and comfortable fit. This could be a good investment in the long run.

Many patients still wonder about permanent dental implants. But don’t worry! We’re here to give you all the information you need to make sure you’re making the right decision for you—without anxiety, fear, or worry!

We can’t wait to discuss whether dental implants are a good choice for you. For more information, visit our Implants Q&A web page. And, as the local expert in dental implants, Dr. Nik would be happy to personally discuss the best options for your specific situation with you. Belmont Dentistry is always here to answer your dental questions and guide you from your first implant and through regular care and maintenance for years of happy smiles

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