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Dental Implants Can Improve Your Appearance

If you are unhappy with your facial appearance, you may have considered plastic surgery procedures that could lift, tuck, and reshape problem areas. However, whenever an incision or a scalpel is involved, even in minor cosmetic surgeries, there is an added risk of danger to the patient. Dental implants can provide a safer, quicker solution to improving your facial appearance.

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are essentially replacement tooth roots. Placed into your jaw, the root allows a realistic and natural looking "tooth" to be set on top to fill in the spaces where teeth are missing. An effective long-term option, dental implants can be a permanent way to enhance your smile by correcting abnormalities and damages. They can also give an individual a youthful look by filling in sagging areas around the jaw caused by missing or crooked teeth.

Why should I consider dental implants?

Your smile says a lot about you. When you are proud to show it off, the confidence boost can do wonders. More than just filling in teeth, dental implants can also:

  • Enhance your overall appearance
  • Contribute to a youthful look
  • Improve your speech and communication capacity
  • Make eating and chewing easier
  • Relieve lingering pain from damaged teeth
  • Increase your self-esteem

You also get relief for your wallet, as the health benefits of dental implants allows the procedure to be covered by many insurance policies. The healing time is minimal and once it is finished, your dental implants look and act just like your natural teeth.

Find out if dental implants will work for you by calling Advanced Dentistry & Implant Center for a free consultation with one of the experienced members of our dental team. You have nothing to lose and a great smile to gain.

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