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Why We Know You’ll Love Your Dental Implants

Have you recently made a purchase that you knew was worth every penny? You can get that same feeling when you invest in dental implants. No buyer’s remorse here!

At First Dental Associates in Reading, MA, Dr. Nasrin Sadeghi, Dr. Jungmee Youn, and our knowledgeable and friendly staff can determine if dental implants are right for you. We’re more than happy to walk you through the process to make sure you don’t have any questions or concerns.

In the meantime, read more about why, if they’re right for you, we’re confident you’ll love your dental implants.

What Are Dental Implants?

If you’re missing one or more teeth, a dental implant may be a great solution. Dental implants are also a great way to secure dentures in place, so you no longer have to struggle with loose or ill-fitting dentures that constantly move around.

Dental implants are essentially hardware used to replace the roots of the tooth or teeth you have lost, to secure replacement teeth in place.

Dental implants are titanium rods that we surgically place into your jawbone. Your jawbone will bond with the titanium to hold it in place, then we’ll use the implant or implants to secure a crown, bridge, or dentures.

The procedure usually takes a couple visits. Thanks to our many comfort options, the procedure is painless and manageable for just about anyone.

To relieve any discomfort you experience after the procedure, we typically suggest over-the-counter pain medication.

Dental Implants Can Restore Your Smile

Dental implants look and feel like your natural teeth. In no time at all, you can go from having an embarrassing, gapped smile to a full set of teeth you’ll be proud to show off.

Additionally, because missing teeth can cause your face to look sunken in, dental implants help maintain the natural shape of your face. You can be proud to show off your smile and no one will be able to tell you’ve had work done unless you tell them of course!

With Dental Implants You Can Eat The Foods You Enjoy

If you’ve been living with missing teeth, chances are you miss eating some of your favorite foods. It can be hard to take a bite or chew food when you’re missing teeth. Fortunately, you can eat just about anything you want with dental implants. They’re just as durable, if not even more so, than your natural teeth.

Dental Implants Are Made To Last

With proper care, your dental implants can last decades and even a lifetime. Because implants are a long-term solution, you don’t have to worry about them any more than you would your natural teeth. While some adjustments might need to be made if necessary, we want you to feel confident that your dental implants are reliable and secure.

Dental Implants Don’t Require Extra Care

Because dental implants function just like your natural teeth, no extra care is required to maintain them. If you maintain good oral hygiene habits, your dental implants will be well taken care of. Remember to brush your teeth at least twice a day, floss daily, and see us for a teeth cleaning and checkup at least twice a year.

Protect Your Healthy Teeth With Dental Implants

When you lose a tooth, the healthy teeth on either side of the gap can shift. That movement can cause problems for your teeth, gums, and overall oral health. Dental implants are placed in your jawbone where your missing tooth used to be to prevent that shift. Dental implants also protect the bone where your tooth was lost by preventing deterioration.

Ready To Change Your Life?

We’re barely scratching the surface here with reasons why you’ll love your dental implants. T First Dental Associates, we’re confident we can restore your smile and get you back to feeling normal in no time. Come and see us for a consultation to find out if you could benefit from dental implants. We can’t wait to meet you! Call (781) 435-7290 to request an appointment or fill out our online form.

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