Missing Teeth? Dental Implants may be Right for You

You know that a missing tooth can be embarrassing, but do you know what you can do about the problem? When you consider your options, we recommend considering the benefits of dental implants. But do you know what happens when you get an implant? Will your implant blend well with your smile?

Dental implants are designed to feel and function like your natural teeth. In other words, after you’ve had an implant placed, you should be able to speak, chew, and eat comfortably once again. Furthermore, by replacing missing teeth, your enunciation could even improve.

If you have an implant placed you can enjoy a more attractive smile. You see, implants are made specifically to look like the other teeth in your smile. In other words, while you’ll enjoy a functional smile again, your smile will also look natural again. Your implant can also help you keep your jawbone healthy. Modern technologies–such as X-rays, CT scans, and 3D imaging have made having implants very safe and accurate. In addition, your implants can last up to twenty years or more, and the crown that tops your implants are easy to replace.

If you’re interested in learning more about the benefits of dental implants, please don’t hesitate to contact Riverdale Dental Arts at 718-548-1148. Our dentist, Dr. Sheldon Kupferman, will be happy to address any questions you have. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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