What are Dental Implants?

For an Unparalleled Replacement Smile, Choose Implant Dentistry!

The facts say it all: 69% of Americans between the ages of 35 and 44 have experienced permanent tooth loss. 26% of these individuals have lost all of their permanent teeth by the time they reach age 74. Americans need a reliable smile replacement solution!

Tooth loss can create a world of discomfort and embarrassment. You may have to limit your diet and cut out some of your favorite foods because chewing becomes so uncomfortable. You may notice a shift in your bite, resulting in jaw pain.

Many patients smile less after tooth loss. They can look older than they really are because of tooth loss and jawbone deterioration. They don’t want to smile or laugh, and some don’t want to socialize at all because speaking has become difficult.

If you’re missing teeth, you deserve a state-of-the-art smile replacement. At Gastonia Dental Group, we can restore your oral health and overall comfort with implant dentistry.

What are Dental Implants?

A tooth implant, or dental implant, is an artificial tooth root made of medical-grade titanium. It is implanted surgically into the jawbone, where it fuses with the bone and becomes a working part of your real smile. Once the jaw heals, your dentist can restore your dental implants with beautiful bridgework, dental crowns, or dentures.

At our practice, we both place and restore the implant in one convenient location. Instead of sending you off-site, we have experienced specialists on-site and can perform every step of your procedure right here.

What are the Advantages of Dental Implants?

  • They integrate with the jawbone and prevent jawbone shrinkage.
  • They look, feel, and function just like natural teeth.
  • You can replace one, several, or all of your teeth with trusty dental implants.
  • They will never slide, slip, or fall out of your mouth. You can chew, speak, and smile with ease.

Life with a Tooth Implant

We are proud to provide dental implants and restorations that are durable, convenient, and aesthetically appealing. You can brush and floss your implants just like you would your natural teeth. You can return to your natural chewing and speaking patterns once you adjust to your new dental implants.

If you take good care of your dental implants, they may very well last you for the rest of your life. Patients love the low-maintenance factor of this incredible tooth replacement solution.

Interested in beginning a life with dental implants? Call Gastonia Dental Group to schedule your consultation today.

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