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What Kind of Issues Can Dental Implants Fix?

July 5, 2018
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Posted By: Dr. Ardalan Sanati
Dental Implants in Vienna | cosmetic dentistry | tysons dentistry

The latest advancements in cosmetic dentistry can make stained or discolored teeth white, a crooked smile straight, and a broken tooth whole.

Furthermore, if you’ve experienced tooth loss, thanks to the latest technologies, a missing tooth can be replaced with a dental implant.

A dental implant starts with a small titanium root placed directly into your gum by an oral surgeon. After the artificial root bonds with your natural bone, a dental restoration is attached. The dental restoration looks completely natural and functions just like a normal, healthy tooth. But there’s more good news; dental implants can replace one, some, or all of your teeth!

A Few Issues That Dental Implants Can Fix

A damaged or unsightly smile brought on by missing teeth can sink your self-confidence and hamper daily interactions. You might find yourself covering your mouth when you laugh or not laughing at all. With dental implants, you’ll look better and feel better.

When you have missing teeth, you’ll find yourself chewing on the side of your mouth where teeth are intact. Eventually, these teeth will become worn or start to shift. The result is damage to your remaining teeth and further gaps in your smile. Dental implants will correct this.

Some of the most nutritious foods that should be part of your daily diet are difficult to chew when teeth are missing or damaged. These foods include proteins, vegetables, and some carbohydrates. When your teeth are restored with dental implants, you’ll be more likely to indulge in a healthy diet.

Dental Implant Placement Experts in Vienna

At Tysons Dentistry, we’re proud to offer our patients the very best and latest in cosmetic dental options. If you have questions about dental implants, call our Vienna, VA office and make an appointment with one of our expert dentists today.

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