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Strong and Beautiful Dental Implants

Thousands of people lose teeth every year due to a variety of reasons. The most common reasons that someone may lose a tooth or require a dental extraction are: unaddressed tooth decay, gum disease or other bone conditions of the mouth and face, or dental trauma.

No matter what the reason is that you find yourself missing a tooth, there is no need to worry about maintaining the beauty of your smile. As tooth loss has become more and more frequent among dental patients of all experiences and backgrounds the demand for quality restoration options has risen. Out of this increased demand has come the development of dental implants.

Dental implants are fantastic solutions for replacing your missing teeth and are often preferred by both patients and dentists alike due to their many advantages. These advantages include:

  • Unsurpassed strength. A dental implant is as close as you can get to a real tooth again. Implants are essentially titanium posts that are surgically attached to your jawbone. They will not move and they will not shift. They function much like your natural tooth and will last for decades.

  • A natural appearance. The titanium post used for your dental implant will function like your natural tooth’s roots. The post will be covered by a porcelain crown that is also strong like your natural tooth enamel. This crown can be constructed to match any color, shape and size – making it blend seamlessly with your remaining, healthy teeth.

  • Dental implants are easy to care for. You can brush and floss them just like your natural teeth and they will not move or shift.

If you are one of the many patients who have lost a tooth due to trauma, decay or disease don’t hesitate to seek a dental repair today. Hesitating can lead to damage or movement of your surrounding teeth and more time and money spent at the dentist’s office. Contact Soft Touch Dentistry today to learn more about dental implants for the replacement of missing teeth.

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