Implants can be used to replace a single missing tooth and they can be used to restore an entire mouth full of teeth. They can be used with overdentures to secure the denture in place. At 1st Choice Dental we have the options that will provide you with the results you want. We offer expert dental implant placement.
Improving Your Results
Dental implants are a great option if the dentist placing the implants is skilled! There are several factors that affect the success of the implants:
- Your general health (typically if you are healthy enough to have a tooth extraction than you are healthy enough to have implants)
- Whether you smoke or not
- The skill of your dentist
Health concerns typically are not a barrier to having implants but we want to make sure that you are a good candidate for success, so we will discuss your medical history with you. If you are a smoker, we will talk to you about the risks when it comes to healing if you smoke. At 1st Choice Dental we place implants regularly. We have the experience, the skill set and the state of the art equipment to improve your results.
If you have missing teeth or you are a denture wearer, it is time to learn more about how implants can improve your quality of life! Make your appointment today at 1st Choice Dental and let’s talk about this option for you!
Superior option for replacing missing teeth.
If you want to replace unpleasant spaces and enjoy good function for the longest possible time, you need to consider implants. A few of the advantages of dental implants are that they:
- Do not affect healthy teeth on either side.
- Offer many more years of durability.
- Play an important role in preserving normal health of the jaw bone and joints.
- Prevent bone loss and keep your face looking healthier and more youthful.
- Dramatically improve stability, function, health and bone retention for denture wearers.
“It’s important to provide and plan out options for the most predictable success, over a long period of time. Dental implants have been an excellent solution for years, and many of our patients say receiving their implant was much easier than they could have anticipated!”
— Dr. Kathy Shafagh