If you have one or several missing teeth, you may feel embarrassed about your smile or you may even having difficulty chewing or talking. You don’t have to live with missing teeth, and with today’s modern dental technologies, it’s easier than ever to replace missing teeth!
The Best Way to Replace Missing Teeth
Dentures and dental implants are both great solutions if you are missing one or several missing teeth. You will be surprised that not only does this restorative care make your mouth more functional, but it will also dramatically change your appearance and can boost your confidence.
If you have several missing teeth, you may notice that your cheeks have sunken in a little bit, and this can make you look older than you actually are. With dental implants or dentures in place of your missing teeth, your cheeks fill out to give you a more youthful appearance.
Are Dental Implants Right for You?
If you have several missing teeth and you want a permanent solution, then dental implants are probably going to be the ideal solution for you. At Today’s Dental, we do start-to-finish dental implants in our office, which means we do everything from placing the implant, creating the restoration, and we can even complete bone grafts if your jaw bone isn’t strong enough to hold the implant.
Dental implants are great because they can last a lifetime. You care for dental implants just as you would your natural teeth. This includes brushing, flossing, and seeing your dentist regularly.
The Benefits of Dentures
Today’s Dental makes comfortable and natural-looking dentures to restore your smile. Dentures can help you eat the foods you used to enjoy, and will fill in any spaces in your mouth to give you a full and youthful smile. Dentures need gentle care and have to be taken out each night, so while they require a little extra maintenance, they are a good alternative to dental implants if you aren’t ready for permanent tooth replacement.
Are you ready to restore your smile to its previous brilliance? Call Today’s Dental today and make an appointment to discuss dentures or dental implants