FAQS: What Makes Dental Implants Last So Long?

While there are a number of options available for replacing missing teeth, many of them will require replacement or adjustment after only a few years. For example, removable dentures often need replacement every 5 to 10 years. A dental bridge may need to be replaced after 10 to 15 years. But dental implants, they can last for decades and possibly a lifetime. What makes dental implants last so long?

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What If I’ve Lost Multiple Teeth?

Losing a single tooth can lead to problems with the health and appearance of your smile. So, imagine what losing multiple, or a majority, of your teeth can do. In order to return your smile to full function and health, we will need to replace these missing teeth. Fortunately, we can do so with an implant-retained prosthetic. If you’ve lost multiple teeth, we can help you enjoy a beautiful and whole smile again.

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3 Dangers Of Tooth Loss

When you lose a tooth, you may feel very self-conscious about your appearance. We’ve had patients that have gone out of their way to avoid pictures or showing their smile. Tooth loss can mean trouble eating and difficulty communicating clearly. However, there are many other dangers related to tooth loss. If you lose one or more teeth, we recommend seeing your dentist to talk about dental implants and whether they are the right choice for your restoring your smile.

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