At Belpre Dental Studio, we understand the difficulty that comes with a missing or damaged tooth.
While there are several options available to replace missing or damaged teeth, dental implants present one of the best solutions. Dr. Huffman will help you discern what option is best for you.
Discomfort and pain are frequently associated with full and partial dentures, especially when they don’t fit perfectly. Dental implants, on the other hand, are anchored securely to your jawbone. Enjoy the comfortable feeling of natural teeth with dental implants.
Full and partial dentures need removed at times. Dentures also require the application and re-application of dental adhesive throughout the day. Skip the hassle. Dental implants are a permanent solution that stays in your mouth.
Dental implants renew confidence, encouraging you to smile more often in public or when getting your picture taken. Don’t hide your mouth when talking to someone or laughing. With a smile to be proud of, you will be able to enjoy life more.
Radically Improved Appearance
Perhaps the biggest complaint about missing or damaged teeth is appearance. A dental implant drastically enhances your appearance, as it looks and feels like your own tooth. Unlike other options, a dental implant integrates with the bone for a permanent solution. Dental implants prevent the bone loss that comes with tooth loss, so you can skip the sunken face look.
Significant Improvement in Speech
It is common for people with missing teeth to slur certain words, depending on where the gaps are located, especially if missing front teeth. Even when wearing dentures, slipping can cause you to slur or mumble your words. Dental implants allow you to speak with confidence in a clear and natural voice.
Chewing your food is a chore when you’re wearing dentures that constantly slip and have a fraction of the chewing force of natural teeth. Dental implants are replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like the real thing. With dental implants, you can eat anything you want with ease and confidence.
Less Tooth Damage
A tooth-supported bridge requires altering adjacent teeth, even if they are healthy. Dental implants leave your healthy teeth intact, contributing significantly to your long-term oral health.
Durable Teeth Replacement
Properly cared for and maintained dental implants last far longer than dentures or any other traditional teeth restoration methods. Dental implants can even last the rest of your life.