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Replacing missing teeth is very important. It protects your oral health from common issues such as decay, teeth shifting, and gum disease. Also, missing teeth are known to deteriorate the jawbone. For this reason, many patients choose dental implants. Dental implants are biocompatible tooth roots designed to replace missing teeth.
Learn more about dental implants and contact Waban Dental Group today.
There are three options for replacing missing teeth; dental implants, bridges, and dentures. Most of our patients prefer dental implants. Implants offer the most natural-looking results, they are easy to take care of and they are very durable. For this reason, seeking implant consultation is always recommended.
How Do Dental Implants Work?
Dental implants are replacement teeth designed to look and feel just like your natural teeth. Implants are surgically inserted into your jaw bone. First, you have a titanium post implanted into your jaw, then a dental crown is attached using an abutment. Dental implants are known to last for several years and sometimes a lifetime.
You can replace multiple missing teeth with dental implants. Doing so protects your jaw from deteriorating which is a known issue with missing teeth. Your dentist will examine your oral health to recommend the best treatments.
Dental Implant Maintenance
Dental implants are very easy to maintain. Just like normal teeth, be sure to brush at least twice a day and floss daily. You will need to maintain your routine dental exams and cleanings to prevent periodontal disease.
Are Dental Implants Right For Me?
There are some medical conditions and medications that prevent people from getting dental implants. Nonetheless, those with healthy gums and adequate jawbone density are likely to be recommended for implants.
Schedule Your Dental Implant Consultation
Contact Waban Dental Group to schedule your dental implant consultation. Our team has many years of experience replacing missing teeth and creating winning smiles. We will examine your current oral health to determine if the procedure can be recommended. Additionally, we offer other teeth replacement options such as dental bridges and dentures. New patients are always welcome! Saturday appointments are available. We look forward to meeting you.