Category: Dental Implants

Dental Implants Restore Your Missing Teeth

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Losing one of your teeth can have a profound impact on your well-being. If this happens to you, we could design a prosthetic implant to restore your smile’s beauty and function. A lost tooth can hamper your ability to enjoy your favorite foods as you avoid sharp or hard objects that hurt your open socket…. Read more »

A Robust Solution For Your Missing Tooth

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If you have recently lost one of your teeth, we can help restore your smile. Adjusting to dental loss can be a difficult process without treatment. Certain activities you once took for granted may now become much harder. You may have to avoid favorite foods that risk damaging the gap in your grin. Because we… Read more »

Confronting Tooth Loss With A Dental Implant

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Adjusting to life after losing one of your teeth can be rather difficult. Activities you may have once taken for granted can become more difficult. You may remove certain foods from your diet as you look to avoid hurting the sensitive gap in your grin. Because we use our teeth to help articulate speech, your… Read more »

Receiving A Prosthetic Implant Tooth

If you are looking for a treatment to replace a missing tooth, a dental implant offers unique benefits not available with other solutions. Losing one of your teeth can cause feelings of frustration as you adjust to life with a reduced bite. You may leave certain favorite foods out of your diet as you attempt… Read more »

Placing A Prosthetic Tooth

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If you are missing one or more of your teeth, replacing them with a dental prosthetic can help restore your bite. Not only does losing a tooth impact the beauty of your smile, but your oral health can quickly degrade as you adjust to living with fewer teeth. Because your bite relies upon each tooth… Read more »

Helping Restore Your Missing Teeth

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When you are missing one or more of your teeth, it can greatly impact your ability to enjoy a normal life. While the effect on your smile’s appearance can be quite often, you quickly learn how losing a tooth impacts everyday activities. You can find yourself avoiding some of your favorite foods to protect your… Read more »

Replacing Your Lost Tooth

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Whenever you lose a tooth, it can quickly impact your quality of life. Because your teeth support the structure of your face, not only will others notice the gap in your smile, but your face may begin to sink in as well. This can give a prematurely older appearance and may be quite embarrassing. You… Read more »

Dental Implants Restore Lost Teeth

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If you have recently lost one or more of your teeth, you know the frustration that comes with adjusting to your new appearance. Not only can this problem cause embarrassment, but left untreated, a missing tooth can contribute to significant oral health problems. You may find simple tasks such as eating and speaking radically altered… Read more »

A Valuable Solution For Missing Teeth

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Losing one of your teeth is a frustrating experience that immediately impacts your daily life. You can feel embarrassed with the new gap in your smile as it garners unwanted attention and concern over your oral health. Besides the psychological toll of adjusting to your new appearance, tooth loss decreases the function of your bite… Read more »

Lifelike Replacement For Lost Teeth

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If you have recently lost one of your teeth, you know how disrupting it can be. You may experience feelings of embarrassment adjusting to your new appearance and quickly learn how the loss impacts the function of your mouth. Your ability to speak and chew can become more difficult as you shift your mouth around… Read more »