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By Rochester Dental
October 06, 2016
Category: Dental Procedures

What your dentists in Troy, Michigan want you to know about dental implants

If you have large gaps in your smile, you know they can be a distraction. You may smile less often, or be self-conscious when you smile. dental implantsYou may think people are noticing the gaps and not your smile, and you could be right. It’s time to get your smile back. Dr. William Carmody and Dr. Debra Halsey at Rochester Dental in Troy, Michigan want to tell you why, thanks to dental implants, you don’t have to just deal with a gap in your smile.

Dental implants are the high-tech treatment for replacing a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth. Dental implants can also be used to support a denture, giving you stability and full chewing function without worry.

Your dentists in Troy, Michigan want you to know dental implants have many advantages over conventional tooth replacement options like removable partials or bridgework. When you choose dental implants, you will experience:

  • Unsurpassed beauty, because implants look totally natural, virtually indistinguishable from your other teeth
  • Unrivalled stability, because implants don’t move around, unlike partials and dentures. They fuse with your bone, locking them in place; they become a permanent part of your smile
  • Unsurpassed convenience, because you don’t have to take them out for cleaning or sleeping, and you can brush and floss them just like your natural teeth
  • Unrivalled success, because dental implants are made of titanium, a biocompatible material that is gentle to bone and soft tissue; they boast a success rate of over 95 percent, the highest of any surgical implant!

Dental implants can also make you look younger! That’s because dental implants help to conserve the bone in your jaw, preserving your firm jawline and the youthful contours of your face. In contrast, appliances like dentures and partials put pressure on your supporting bone, and your bone can begin to diminish, a process called resorption.

You don’t have to just deal with a gap in your smile. You can have the smile you deserve with dental implants! Call Drs. William Carmody and Debra Halsey at Rochester Dental in Troy, Michigan to find out more. Get started on your new smile by calling today!