Family Dental
Dr. Kenneth G. Edwards, DDS

5 Big Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental Implants in Amherst NH

Are you living with a missing tooth? Do find yourself struggling with what to order at a restaurant because of your tooth? Do you often hide your smile in photos or when you talk with others because you feel embarrassed? These are the daily struggles you face when you've lost a tooth that most of us take for granted.The good news is that dental implants in Amherst can restore your tooth and your confidence! Here are 5 benefits that dental implants offer.

Protects Your Oral Health

When your root is gone, your bone has nothing left to support and it begins to deteriorate. This changes the appearance of your face and eliminates support for your remaining teeth, which can lead to more loss. An implant is surgically placed into your bone, which takes the place of your root in supporting your tooth and also keeps your bone healthy.

Restores Your Smile

Your implant crown is designed to match your existing teeth so it will complement your smile, and no one will ever know you were missing a tooth.

Restores Function

Because it closely mimics your natural tooth, a dental implant delivers all the function you once had. This means that you'll be eating and chewing all the foods you used to enjoy with ease, you'll also be talking and smiling with confidence again. You can also brush and floss your implant crown just as you would your natural teeth.

Can Replace Multiple Missing Teeth

Dental implants are a great option for replacing multiple missing teeth because they can support a dental bridge, partial, or denture. A few implants strategically placed can stabilize a denture so it offers a more secure fit with no movement or slippage when you talk or eat, while also protecting your bone from deteriorating.

Offers Great Longevity

Dental implants are a great investment in your smile and your oral health. They have a 90% success rate and have the potential to last a lifetime with the right home care and regular dental check-ups.

To learn more about dental implants can help you reclaim your smile, contact Family Dental Care today!

 

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