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Is it Time You Considered Dental Implants?

May 26, 2015

Missing one or more teeth can be hard to adjust to. In addition to possibly affecting your bite or the way you eat, you may also feel embarrassed speaking around other people. When it comes to replacing your teeth, you do have options. One of the best and most effective choices is a dental implant. They are completely natural looking and offer several benefits, including:

Improved Functionality: Dental implants look and function like natural teeth and can improve your smile and the way you speak.

Durability: When placed properly and cared for, dental implants can last a lifetime.

Less Worry: If those gaps in your smile are making you self-conscious, dental implants are the perfect solution.

Bone Protection: If you leave empty spaces in your mouth, this could lead to the deterioration of your jawbone. Dental implants preserve natural bone and also stimulate bone growth.

Keeping Your Face Shape: When teeth are missing, your face can sag. Dental implants are a great way to prevent this from happening.

Better Eating: Do you avoid certain foods because of your missing teeth? Once your dental implants are put in, you will never have to worry about what’s on the menu!

No Cavities: Dental implants still need to be cared for properly, but because they aren’t real teeth, they will never form cavities.

Keeping Teeth in Place: While dentures are an option for missing teeth, there is always the possibility that they will slip when eating, coughing, talking, or doing a number of other common things. With dental implants, you’ll never have to worry about them shifting or moving.

Long-Term Success: Dental implants have proven to be the best choice for long-term success, and are more effective than removable appliances and bridgework.

Protection of Existing Teeth: When a bridge is put in, often the teeth on one or both sides have to be ground down to support it. Dental implants just go in the gaps where teeth are missing, therefore they don’t affect any of the other teeth.

If you are tired of the gaps in your mouth, just get in touch with Dr. John Krell in Houston, Texas. We would be happy to go over all of your options and give you more information about how dental implants can help you.

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