Important Facts About Dental Implants

A tooth implant is an incredibly popular dental procedure that numerous people undergo for the vast benefits it can provide. Before undergoing a procedure such as this, however, it is important to understand the important facts about dental implants. Being armed with the right knowledge will help you make the best decision regarding your needs.

Tooth implants can address a variety of issues with tooth loss. In addition to the cosmetic benefits, they provide functional benefits – they can help stop your teeth from shifting to an empty space, and they can fight against bone loss in the jaw after losing a tooth. Implants are low maintenance and often last a lifetime with normal dental habits.

Having been in use for over 30 years, tooth implants have a long history of success. If you’re interested in learning more about the benefits of tooth implants, please contact us. Lead dentist Dr. Joseph Kabaklian is dedicated to helping patients achieve their dental goals and will guide you on the path to better oral health.

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