Are You Missing Teeth? Replace Them With Dental Implants

If you are looking to replace a missing tooth or more, you have a variety of options available, each with its own set of benefits. But dental implants can far surpass what the others can accomplish. While they do require a larger initial investment, including time, the dividends can be very well worth it. To learn more please get in contact with your Sunnyside, NY, dental specialist Dr. Heidi Nelson.

Just Like Your Natural Teeth

One of the biggest reasons why so many chose dental implants is because of how closely they can resemble your natural teeth. Even upon close inspection, your new tooth should blend in with the rest of your smile. There is also very little difference in the way you clean a dental implant. What sets them apart from other treatments is the way they are supported.

Better Support

Dental bridgework depends on the teeth adjacent to the gap to support the new tooth. For this task, they need to be reshaped and prepared to accept a crown. A dental implant is supported by a titanium post which is permanently implanted directly onto the bone beneath the gum line. This is a similar way to how natural teeth are supported.

Restoring Multiple Teeth

Dental implants can restore multiple teeth employing either partial or full implant-supported dentures. With only a few implants we can restore your entire smile. You won't have the usual complaints about traditional dentures, such as shifting in your mouth as you eat or speak.

Dental Implants in Sunnyside, NY

Dental implants are made to be a long-term solution to tooth loss, which means they will look, feel, and act just like your regular teeth, but can also last a very long time, often a lifetime with proper care.

If you want to find out if dental implants are the solution for you, make an appointment today with Dr. Nelson in Sunnyside, NY, by dialing (718) 784-2699.

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