Stoughton Dental Implants
No one wants to live with missing teeth. Having teeth missing from your bite can be incredibly difficult and can make everyday life challenge. Common tasks such as eating or speaking may become incredibly difficult, and may take some adjusting to. Additionally, you may find that your appearance has changed drastically as well. But perhaps most importantly, your dental health will suffer if you are missing teeth which is why you should consider replacing missing teeth as soon as you can. We can help you do that here at Stoughton Dentistry/Reddy where our implant dentist can help you explore what options are available to you including Stoughton dental implants
There are several different methods commonly used to replace missing teeth. Some of the other methods include dental bridges or dentures, whether they are full or partial. Bridges are commonly used to treat patients were missing very few teeth, anywhere from one to a few. Dentures on the other hand are used to treat people who are missing more significant amounts of teeth, where whether they be entire rows of teeth or in sections. Both of these methods are viable, but neither of them look or feel as natural as dental implants to do. Because dental implants are surgically inserted into your jaw, they can provide you with just as much support as real teeth do. Stoughton dental implants
are set in place with the use of titanium posts that act as replacement tooth roots. As these posts heal, they will also meld with the bone itself, meaning that it will be as firm as possible. Once the healing process is complete, our implant dentist here at Stoughton Dentistry/Reddy can place your artificial teeth into the posts and set them in place. These teeth will be specifically designed to match any remaining teeth that you have while also suiting the shape and size of your smile.
There are so many inherent benefits to Stoughton dental implants
, and our dentist here at Stoughton Dentistry/Reddy can help by examining your overall dental health and providing you with what information you need when it comes to replacing missing teeth.
35 Park Street
Stoughton, MA, 02072
By Stoughton Dentistry
February 9, 2016