Here are some of the top reasons people turn to implants to replace their teeth.
Tooth loss can be devastating as an adult. Fortunately, your dentists in Mooresville, NC, Dr. Jason Robinson and Dr. Trey Miller, understand just how important it is to get a tooth replacement that looks and feels as close to your natural teeth as possible. That’s why they offer dental implants! Read on to learn the unique benefits of this treatment option!
Once a tooth falls out, the roots of the tooth are no longer there to stimulate the jawbone to produce new bone cells. As a result, the bone will gradually recede and breakdown, causing changes to the face and eventually leading to premature lines and wrinkles; however, if implants are placed not long after losing a tooth, this can prevent the bone from deteriorating. After all, implants are designed to take the place of your tooth roots and stimulate the jawbone in the exact same way.
Enjoy Your Favorite Foods Again
One of the toughest things about tooth loss is just how difficult it is to be able to eat. You may find that you aren’t able to properly chew certain tough, hard, or crunchy foods properly. Before you decide to start restricting the foods you love from your diet, you may want to consider talking with our Mooresville, NC, cosmetic dentist first. Since implants function just like real teeth, this also means that they will be able to properly chew food just like real teeth.
A Long-Term Replacement
Once you get a tooth replacement, we understand just how important it is to be able to maintain that tooth for as long as possible. Once a dental implant successfully fuses together with the jawbone, the implant is strong enough to last decades. This means that you could very well have your implant for the rest of your life as long as you maintain good oral hygiene.
Ready to Rebuild Your Smile? Give Us a Call
Drs. Poore, Robinson & Associates wants to help patients living around Mooresville, NC, get the proper restorative dentistry they need. Whether you want to talk about dental implants, bridges, or dentures, we can help. Call our office today at (704) 663-1354 to schedule your consultation.