Dental implants are a common, and often the first course of treatment recommended to restore missing or damaged teeth, and with good reason. Listen to Dr. Dan David, and he’ll tell you that a dental implant is strong and stable, and is the next best thing to a healthy, natural tooth. There are other options, to be sure — a bridge, or dentures — but these can lead to bone deterioration, and might ultimately interfere with eating, smiling, speaking, and other everyday activities.

When the time comes to consider restorative dentistry, consider dental implants.

Dental implants are built to last.

Traditional dental bridges will need to be replaced after five to seven years, but dental implants are a long-term, permanent solution. With proper placement and care, implants will last a lifetime.

Protect your face shape, and your smile!

When teeth are lost, empty spaces are left behind. Such empty spaces in your mouth can lead to health issues, and eroding self-confidence. That’s where Dental Wellness Phoenixville and dental implants come in. Never again will you not want to smile, and never again will you have to worry about a shrinking jawline. Dental implants prevent bone loss, and are the only restorative option that actually stimulates natural bone growth.

Dental implants protect your healthy teeth.

A tooth-supported bridge will require grinding of the teeth on either, or both sides of the missing tooth. Healthy teeth must be damaged in order to support the bridge, thus restoring the missing. Dental implants, on the other hand, are affixed into the jawbone, in the very place where your own tooth’s root once was, and the otherwise healthy teeth remain unaffected.

Eat your favorite foods.

Bits of food can get caught in, and under a tooth-supported bridge or dentures, but not so with dental implants. Eat all the foods you love. Bite naturally. Chew naturally. Experience taste naturally.

Keep your teeth in your mouth.

In your mouth is where your teeth belong. Dental implants are permanent, just like real teeth. You won’t have to worry about dentures that slip; you won’t have to worry about adhesive paste, nor pain from dentures rubbing along your gum line. Take care of your dental implants like you would take care of the teeth you grew — brush and floss, and visit Dental Wellness Phoenixville for regular checkups.