Have you recently experienced tooth loss and are trying to determine which course of action you should take? We know that choosing a tooth replacement option can be difficult, and if you spoke with us already, we most likely made a recommendation for a treatment to replace your missing tooth or teeth. We typically recommend dental implants for many of our patients who need to replace a tooth. Read on to learn why it is our favorite tooth replacement option.
When patients are in need of a tooth replacement, we often recommend dental implants. Dental implants are needed when the tooth structure as well as the tooth root is severely damaged or has been removed. The treatment process includes an artificial tooth root that is surgically implanted into the jawbone followed by an artificial tooth structure such as a dental crown. This tooth replacement method is extremely popular because it is the only choice that acts, looks, and feels like your natural teeth.
At Muse Dental Studio, one of our specialties is using state-of-the-art restorative dentistry to revitalize your smile. We know that it can be upsetting when you are missing a tooth or your teeth need extensive repairs due to severe decay, facial trauma, injury, medical conditions, or the effects of medications. We work with our patients to help them make an informed choice on a tooth replacement option that is best for their lifestyle and budget. Our goal is to restore the function of your teeth as well as create a beautiful, esthetically pleasing result that will help you love to smile again.
Have you recently had a tooth extracted and are considering dental implants? Do you currently wear dentures and are looking for a more permanent replacement? We specialize in helping our patients find a solution that best fits their lifestyle and oral health needs. Many times, when patients are looking for a tooth replacement option, we recommend dental implants. While this method is extremely popular and has many great benefits, it is not the best fit for everyone. Continue reading to learn more about dental implants and if you might be a candidate for this treatment.
Have you recently had a tooth extracted and are overwhelmed with the tooth replacement options available to you? Maybe you have had a missing tooth for a while and are finally ready to make a positive change in your mouth.