- February 11, 2018
Forget how uncomfortable eating is these days. Forget how anxiety-ridden you are all the time about slippery dentures and the way it’s comprised your oral and overall health. Forget the loneliness that’s resulted from your self-imposed isolation.
All of that is just part of the problem you face because of adult tooth loss. It also gives you an unsightly smile that makes you feel embarrassed, unattractive, and ashamed.
You don’t have to settle for any of that anymore thanks to dental implants at the LANAP & Implant Center!
With the latest in advanced technology and our highly-trained specialists, it is possible to love your smile again.
Here are four ways dental implants can make it happen.
Love Your Easy Oral Care Routine!
Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that literally become a part of you. Placed inside your jaw, implants bond with your bone and keep it strong for years. And unlike dentures, they don’t come out.
You’ll love the ease with which you can maintain a normal oral hygiene routine. Brushing and flossing will be just as simple as it ever was so once your oral health is back on track, you’re better able to keep it that way!
Love Your Active Social Life!
If you’re missing several teeth, you probably said goodbye to your social life long ago. We aren’t talking about participating in the local night life either.
We’re talking about even small, everyday interactions with people. That includes holiday gatherings with family, dinner with a few friends, or even going to the grocery store. You’re too embarrassed to be seen in public, let alone attend special events.
But your confidence can skyrocket with dental implants! You’ll have a full set of teeth, a lovely smile, and the confidence to enjoy an active, healthy social life again.
Love How Young You Look!
Missing several or all of your teeth will inevitably make you appear much older because of how it changes the overall shape of your face. Your cheeks become sunken in, and you develop wrinkles around your mouth.
And neither of those cosmetic issues can be resolved with standard restorations or dentures.
Only dental implants can maintain the strong, youthful appearance of your overall facial structure.
Love How Healthy You Feel!
Losing a tooth because of an accident or injury isn’t the end of the world. Granted, it’s not something any of us want to happen, but it’s not something that can’t easily be fixed with restorative dentistry.
But tooth loss on a bigger scale has more serious emotional and physical ramifications.
Up until fairly recently, your most likely option would have been traditional dentures. Not to take anything away from this method of tooth replacement, but dentures can’t preserve your health like dental implants can.
Since removable dentures merely sit atop your gums, which can cause irritation and discomfort, they don’t allow you to keep your jawbone engaged. As a consequence of disuse, you suffer bone deterioration and a compromised facial structure.
The opposite is the case with dental implants because they fuse to your jawbone and encourage more growth as time passes. It’s the only tooth replacement method that preserves the strength and health of your jaw and gums.
Schedule An Appointment!
Adult tooth loss is the single, most devastating dental problem you could possibly face in your lifetime.
It can leave you feeling embarrassed, unhealthy, unworthy, and ashamed.
But not anymore!
Thanks to dental implants at the LANAP & Implant Center, it’s possible to not only love your smile again, but to love life again. You can let go of the stress and anxiety about your missing teeth, and instead, embrace all the opportunities that will help you live the life you’ve always wanted.
That could mean a new relationship, renewed intimacy with your spouse, an exciting promotion or career change, or simply the peace of mind that your oral and overall health is back on the right track.
Find out which of our tooth replacement options are right for you! Call the LANAP & Implant Center today at 610-228-4366 for our Collegeville, PA office or 570-505-6908 for our Williamsport location. You can also fill out our convenient online form to request an appointment.