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3 Reasons You Should Consider Dental Implants

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If you are like many Long Island City, NY residents, you might already know that dental implants are considered to be the most effective way to replace one or more missing teeth. Indeed, dental implants are a great option, but when should you consider getting dental implants yourself?

#1—When You Want to Maintain Your Lifestyle

Nothing looks more like your natural teeth than dental implants. They function much like your natural teeth as well. Because they are permanent, you will have no concerns about your implant moving or slipping as a denture would. You will also have no eating restrictions with dental implants so you can enjoy all of your favorite foods.

Dental implants are strong and durable; with proper care, they can last a lifetime!

#2—When You Want to Preserve a Healthy Jawbone

When teeth are missing, the body is no longer signaled to send nutrients to that part of the body. The result is that the jawbone begins to deteriorate. This can lead to the “sunken-in” look the develops in many denture-wearers, also called “facial collapse.”

The dental implant adheres permanently to the jawbone, taking the place of the missing tooth root. This stimulates the jawbone, keeping the bone healthy and robust.

#3—When You Want to Protect Your Healthy Teeth

If you are missing even one tooth, your remaining teeth will have a tendency to shift in order to fill in the space left behind. This can cause issues with your bite, make chewing more difficult, and lead to further lost teeth. A dental implant fills in the space left by a missing tooth, keeping your other teeth in place.

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Whether you are interested in dental implants or need to come in for a checkup, we invite you to call our Long Island City, NY clinic. We warmly welcome new patients!

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