Do you suffer from missing teeth, severe tooth decay or would you love to improve your dentures? If so, we know that it can be frustrating and confusing to choose a tooth replacement option or decide your best course of action when upgrading dental hardware. You want to choose something that fits your lifestyle and budget best while also allowing you to enjoy your smile. Dental implants are always our first recommendation to patients; however, not every patient is an ideal candidate. Are you? Read on to see.
Have you made the decision to replace your missing tooth or teeth? At Integrity Dental, we know that it can be tough to make the difficult decision of which replacement method is best for your needs. We are happy that you are putting your oral health in the forefront and starting the process. We will work with you every step of the way to answer any questions you have about which choice will be best for your lifestyle and budget, while ensuring that you remain comfortable and understand whichever process you choose. We offer a variety of tooth replacement methods that we briefly want to explain to give an overview of what we may discuss with you.
Are you upset about your missing tooth? We understand that it can be a big adjustment when a tooth needs to be extracted or falls out due to decay, illness, or injury. It can affect the way you chew and speak and can also greatly affect your self-esteem. We recommend that our patients replace their missing teeth as soon as possible. Over time, missing teeth can negatively affect your oral health.
Have you been considering making some permanent improvements to your teeth but keep coming up with excuses to delay your perfect smile? The time to delay is over, as the start of a new year is the perfect opportunity for a fresh and beautiful smile.
Do you avoid smiling because of a missing tooth? Are you ready to fix a damaged or decayed tooth? Do your dentures have you saying, “Enough is enough.” Countless numbers of patients have turned to dental implants as a solution to missing teeth or damaged teeth that are beyond repair. Dental implants are a permanent solution offering the strongest support for replacement teeth. The best part is they function and look just like your natural teeth.