Isn’t it Time You Regained a Full Smile?

By Anchorage Dental Arts, LLC
November 09, 2017
Category: Dental Procedures

Discover the many benefits of getting dental implants to replace missing teeth.dental implants

Tooth loss is certainly not something to ignore. If you are dealing with gaps in your smile due to missing teeth then it’s time you did something about it. The sooner you seek treatment, the better the outcome. While dentures and bridges may not seem like ideal options for you, our Anchorage, AK, dentists Dr. Robert Morehead, Dr. Max Swenson and Dr. Frank Cavaness have a long-term solution that could have you smiling again.

Dental implants are the only tooth loss treatment that offers you a lifelong restoration. This is because implants are designed to naturally fuse together with the jawbone, where one of our Anchorage, AK, general dentists will place it during a minor in-office surgery.

Implants offer many incredible benefits including:

  • Preserving the overall shape and integrity of the jawbone
  • Maintaining your face shape and preventing sagging skin and premature lines
  • Preventing teeth from shifting out of alignment
  • A durable artificial tooth that could last a lifetime
  • A greatly improved appearance
  • A major boost to your self-confidence
  • Fully restoring your ability to chew and speak properly

If you are thinking about getting dental implants to replace one or all of your missing teeth then you may be wondering if this is truly the best option for you. Coming in for an evaluation is the only way to determine whether you are healthy enough for implants.

When you come in for an evaluation, we will need to run X-rays to make sure that there isn’t any undetected gum disease, cavities or significant bone loss. Besides checking your oral health, we will also need to go through your medical history to see if there are any chronic health problems we should know about that could impact your treatment.

Ideal candidates will be adults who are in good health who are non-smokers and who aren’t pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant during the course of their treatment. It’s also important to note that you will have to undergo at least one minor outpatient surgery in order to get your implant.

Do you have questions about getting dental implants in Anchorage, AK? Want to find out if you are a candidate for this treatment? Then turn to Anchorage Dental Arts for all of your smile needs.

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