Why Are Dental Implants the Best Option for Replacing Missing Teeth?

Published date:
November 1, 2021
Woman looking at her new dental implants 

It's perfectly natural to feel self-conscious when a tooth is missing, and a gap exists. But, come to think of it, you're not the only one who feels this way. With today's dental technology, you do have a ton of options for replacing missing teeth. Dental implants are one option if you wish to restore your beautiful smile permanently and hassle-free.

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All About Dental Implants

The Most Effective Option For Replacing Missing Teeth

Dental implants are used to restore lost teeth of both appearance and function. Dental implants are often regarded as a superior option for restoring your smile. Implants, unlike dentures, bridges, and crowns, sit tightly in your jaw and do not slip or slide. Other advantages include: 

Natural Feel and Appearance 

After the implant procedure and crown placement, your tooth will appear identical to the natural teeth around it. Implants allow you to eat almost anything and eliminate the need to learn new oral hygiene techniques.

Bone Preservation

Implants preserve the integrity of your jaw and prevent bone resorption, which can occur when a tooth is missing. This implies that your remaining teeth don't fit into the gap created by a missing tooth or that bone loss causes your grin and jaw form to shift.

Implants Have a Long Life Expectancy

Unlike dentures, bridges, and other comparable restorations, Implants are a long-term option for lost teeth. Your smile will last a lifetime if you take appropriate care of your teeth and the implant.

Choosing Dental Implants to Replace Missing Teeth

Dental implants provide replacement teeth that are natural-looking, pleasant, and simple to care for. Contact City Dental of Wellington now to obtain all of the information you want to begin the process of dental implant placement. 

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Meet The Doctor

Dr. Pirzada's dental career started at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, with an accelerated dual undergraduate and dental program. He then pursued further training with an oral surgery internship at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, focusing on complex odontogenic infections and dental surgeries. His post-graduate education continued with an oral surgery fellowship at Woodhull Hospital in Brooklyn, New York.

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