Give Yourself Something to Smile About with Dental Implants

07-10-2019

Give Yourself Something to Smile About with Dental Implants
Give Yourself Something to Smile About with Dental Implants

Your smile holds a lot of power, much more than you realize. A smile can change the world around you. It can solve disputes between you and others. It can help you start new relationships and even help you show affection to those you love. However, your smile can't do these things if you're not taking good care of your dental health, in fact it can cause a lot more strife than success. No one wants to see you smile if you have chipped, crooked or decaying teeth.

Fortunately for you, it's never too late to restore your smile and feel good about it! Dental implants are a revolutionary solution that's become the go-to method for replacing missing or problematic teeth. While the procedure itself can span around 6 months, dental implants are a lifetime solution that's absolutely worth the wait. If you're not happy with the way your smile looks at the moment, here's every reason to consider dental implants and where you can find them at an affordable price.

Dental Implants vs. Dentures

There aren't many options to begin with for restoring a smile. The two primary solutions that come to mind are dentures….and dental implants. Modern dentures have been around a lot longer than dental implants. However, dentures aren't the solution they were meant to be. So, let's compare the two solutions to see which one is better.

To start off, dentures are difficult and tedious to maintain. Unlike dental implants, dentures require daily removal for cleaning. If you plan on taking care of your dentures, that'll require you to use unique cleaning solutions on a regular basis. A sticky adhesive is necessary to fixate a denture inside your mouth and even then, there's a good chance of a denture slip at the worst of times. Dentures do little to prevent your gums from receding, causing them to get looser and looser, eventually forcing you to have to go back to the dentist and receive new ones that'll fit until the cycle repeats itself. Above all else, you can't eat what you want to eat with a denture. You have to avoid foods that can potentially break or stain your teeth, leaving you with a limited amount of options as to what you can have as a meal.

Dental implants bundle up all the negative things about dentures and throws it out the window. For one, dental implants are a permanent solution for missing tooth and any dental problem. You won't have to worry about a dental implant ever falling out or having to take it out for its own special cleaning. On top of that, dental implants are extremely durable. They allow you to eat what you want to eat without fear of them falling out, and they won't shift in your mouth. Lastly, dental implants are more affordable. When comparing costs of both dental implants and dentures in the long run, dental implants will cost far less then denture upkeep. In the end, you'll save money, feel more confident and have an awesome smile when you choose dental implants over dentures.

Dental Implant Candidature

There are plenty of denture users or edentulous persons who benefit from getting dental implants but assume dental implants are not suited for their needs. Dental implants are available for anyone with missing teeth or a damaged smile and are looking to permanently restore their smile. While there are some prerequisites to getting a dental implant, including bone grafts and possible sinus lifting, dental implants are possible in nearly all cases. At ADHP, our team of dentists will first examine you during your Free Consultation to determine your bone density and what's necessary before a dental implant procedure.

Dental implants are the best solution out there, but there are some risk factors that may impede the dental implant process or cause failure later on. Smoking, diabetes, radiation therapy and degenerative bone disorders can significantly hurt your chances of dental implant success. You've got to take care of yourself before you can take back your smile. There are plenty of methods to curb smoking. Talk to your doctor to see if diabetes or any other health deficiency are bad enough to prevent you from seeking out dental implants. Once your past these problems, you'll be happy to know 98% of all dental implant cases are successful!

Are You Ready to Get Dental Implants?

Your journey towards a dental implant is about to start! If you're missing a tooth or are looking to restore a cracked or decaying one, dental implants is the right way to go. When it comes to the whole process, ADHP makes it easy. We're one call away from scheduling a Free Consultation. We'll explain to you the entire process, and you'll come to understand how straightforward and painless the whole procedure will be! Not only that, ADHP goes above and beyond to provide you affordable dental implants. Beyond our affordable pricing, we offer a plethora of financial options so you can enjoy your new teeth in the end without worry!

The entire procedure will take around 6 months due to a lengthy healing period between the initial placement and final crowning of the dental implant. So, if you're looking at getting one or more new teeth, it's better now than later to schedule your initial appointment! Contact us online or by phone at (800) 959-3732 for more information and to start on the path to a new smile.