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If you have one or more missing teeth, you may have mulled over the different ways to fill those gaps. You could go with traditional bridges, crowns, or dentures (which certainly can do the trick) but if you’re looking for the longest-lasting, most structurally sound option for dental restoration, you should consider dental implants.

Implants look, feel, and act like a natural tooth.

Once you complete the dental implant process and recover, you’d hardly know that your new tooth isn’t real — and we’re confident that no one else would ever guess. That’s because dental implants mimic the shape, structure, color, and function of your natural teeth.

Implants can last a lifetime.

Assuming you don’t get into any accidents that harm your dental implants, they can last for the rest of your life if you take good care of them. That means brushing and flossing as you would for natural teeth, as well as not grinding them or chewing on hard objects like ice or pen caps.

Implants are extremely sturdy and strong.

Dental implants are the most structurally sound of all tooth replacement options, largely because they actually attach to your jawbone. Because dental implants are placed into your jawbone, they can stop any further bone loss and actually spur new bone growth to keep your jawbone tissue healthy.

Implants don’t affect your other teeth.

Unlike crowns and bridges, dental implants don’t require supportive help from the teeth around them. This means your natural teeth are left unaffected and you have fewer foreign structures to worry about.

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Ready to take a positive step in your oral health with dental implants? Schedule an appointment today.