20 Jan New Year, New Smile…Make Dental Implants Your Priority In 2020
If any portion of the past decade was spent lamenting the quality of your smile, missing out on foods you enjoy or smiling and laughing less often because you have missing or damaged teeth, this is the year to do something about it. Dental implant therapy has never been more streamlined or affordable. Harrell Dental Implant Center, the leading implant provider in the Charlotte metro area, has the team and the technology to permanently replace your teeth and give you the smile you deserve.
To begin, let’s see why dental implants are the ideal tooth replacement:
Five Reasons Why Dental Implants Are So Popular:
Natural look and comfortable fit.
Dental implants are designed to look, feel, and function like your natural teeth. In addition, implants give patients the confidence to smile, eat, and engage in social activities without worrying about how they look or if their dentures will fall out.
Long-lasting and reliable.
With proper care and maintenance, implants last as long as conventional restorations on teeth, with predictable outcomes.
High success rate.
Well planned and cared for dental implants generally offer ‘survival rates’ comparable or better than other teeth replacement options. And, as implant technology and techniques improve, so should their success rate. People in good health have the best chance for successful implants.
Improved ability to eat and chew.
Dental implants are anchored in your jaw bone just like natural teeth. Over time they will help preserve the jaw bone and significantly reduce bone resorption. Replacing missing teeth with implants allow you to chew your food better and speak more clearly.
Improved facial and bone features.
Dental implants preserve natural tooth tissue by avoiding the need to cut down adjacent teeth for conventional bridgework. They also will preserve bone and significantly reduce bone resorption and deterioration that results in loss of jawbone height. Dental implants also help restore your jawbone structure because they reduce the load on the remaining oral structures/teeth and preserve natural tooth tissue and reduce bone resorption and deterioration that results in loss of jawbone height. Read further, compliments of Dentistry UIC
Boost Your Confidence With A New Smile
The health of your teeth and gums can greatly affect your quality of life. Speaking in public, going to a favorite restaurant with loved ones and taking social media photos are everyday things you might avoid if you’re unhappy with your smile. Don’t let it hold you back any longer. Book a free dental implant consultation with Dr. Robert Harrell to see how this breakthrough treatment can change your life. Read more about how your smile is directly related to your self-esteem:
Recent research has shown that people who avoid the dentist tend to be unhappier in their lives. This is because people who regularly skipped their dental appointments were more likely to have missing teeth, gum disease, and other oral health issues that impacted their day-to-day life.
The research also showed that people who neglected to care for their oral health were also more likely to have poorer overall health. People who have a healthy, beautiful smile are more likely to be happier and take better care of their bodies than people who don’t. This is why having your best smile is so important—not just for overall health, but for your happiness!
Research Proves Smiling Improves Your Mood
Studies have also proved that smiling—whether genuine or faked—can boost your mood and even your immune system. This is because the act of smiling releases endorphins, and your body can’t tell the difference between a real and a fake smile. People who smile more tend to be happier and more confident! Continue reading, compliments of Your Dental Health Resouce
Dental Implant Options Deliver Stability and Security
When an adult tooth is beyond repair due to damage or decay, we have to act and time is of the essence. Harmful bacteria can spread below the gum line and create more problems for otherwise healthy teeth and bone. However, simply removing the tooth without providing a stable replacement can cause your entire smile to shift. Dental implants combat this issue the same way your natural tooth roots do.
Best of all, no one will ever know you have a dental implant, implant bridge, or All-on-4. Your new smile will look completely natural, need the same cleaning as real teeth (daily brushing and flossing) and be fixed in your mouth. Discover more benefits below:
A Permanent Solution
Unlike dentures, which are designed to be removed each day, or bridges and crowns that will require regular maintenance and replacement, dental implants are a permanent solution to missing teeth. Full mouth dental implants are placed by a periodontist, who attaches implants (they look like small screws) directly into the jaw bone. Crowns are then attached to the implants for a secure, natural-looking fit and result. A full set of implants is custom-created for your mouth and can be placed as one bar of teeth to fill in your smile when you are missing more than a couple of teeth. Because they’re permanent, you’ll never have to use adhesive or remove your implants.
The American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) points out that when it comes to bone and dental health, full mouth dental implants are vastly superior to dentures. The AAP warns that dentures can cause bone deterioration, which can lead to the collapsed mouth or recessed jaw bone sometimes indicative of a denture’s-wearer. In contrast, dental implants actually integrate into the jawbone, preserving bone health and the overall look of your smile. Learn more, compliments of Colgate
Book Your 2020 Dental Implant Consultation Today
If you’re ready to boost your self-esteem and have the smile you deserve, call Harrell Dental Implant Center and schedule your free consultation appointment. Discuss the procedure options and get answers to your questions or concerns. We will be happy to show you how dental implants are your best option.
Call 704-206-1330 or use the contact form on our website to make your appointment. During your consultation a complimentary digital smile preview (an $85 value) will be created to show how you will appear when your implants are in place.