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Missing Teeth? We Can Help
Over 120 million Americans suffer from the loss of at least one tooth or have to get a tooth extracted, so don’t fret if you fall into the masses! Dental implants are small yet stable titanium posts that are surgically fused within your jaw bone to create a strong anchor in order to replace your tooth and restore your smile. They can serve a healthy individual well with more than 90% of implants lasting at least 20 years.
Dental implants can be a great option to replace teeth. They are fixed, look and feel like real teeth, and can be used to solve many dental issues.
Benefits of Implants
Dental implants provide a number of benefits:
- Optimizes appearance, self-esteem, and overall dental health
- Improves smiling, eating, chewing, and talking
- Creates support for bridges and crowns
- Eliminates the need for a partial removable denture
- Creates a long-term dental solution that can have lifelong benefits
Although the choice to get dental implants is uniquely up to each person, many people choose dental implants because they like that they are permanent, unlike dentures. If you are a heavy smoker or suffer from chronic conditions, such as diabetes or heart disease, please consult with your dentist about your options.
Types of Dental Implants
Learn more about the different types of implants we offer:
See the Results for Yourself
Jessica was missing both her adult lateral incisors. After positioning her teeth with braces, Titanium implants were placed in her upper jaw and allowed to heal. In the meantime, she wore a temporary partial. Then impressions were taken and the new porcelain crowns were connected to the implants for the final result.
Interested in a Pueblo Implant Consultation?
No need to suffer the loss any longer, our dentists can help you determine which implant option is best for you. Implants are also a popular option for people suffering from gum disease. If you would like to know how you can prevent gum diseases, our doctors can help!
Contact our office by calling (719) 545-1400 or by using our online scheduling to make an appointment today.