Missing a tooth? You're not alone. Seventy percent of American adults over the age of 35 are missing a tooth. If you have missing teeth, you problably only think of how they affect the appearance of your smile, but did you know that missing a tooth or teeth can also threaten your oral health and your overall health, too? Missing a tooth can cause: 

Jawbone deterioration
Tissue deterioration
Shifting of teeth, causing bite misalignment
Stress on the jaw joints
Chronic jaw pain 
Increased potential for temporormandibular joint disorder. 

Additionally, individuals with missing teeth have a greater potential to develop gum disease, which in turn can cause future tooth loss. Many people with missing teeth are also as risk of health issues such as obesity and related health concerns such as diabetes, hypertension and heart disease and malnutrition because missing several teeth can impact what you eat and your ability to chew. 

But, you don't have to live with missing teeth. You have options. We believe that when it comes to restoring your smile’s appearance and protecting your long-term health, dental implants are the best way to do it. 

Dental implants are a long-lasting dental solution to replace missing teeth lost to injury, extraction, illness or decay. Dental implants include a small, titanium post that serves as the foundation (root) of the implant. Attached to the post is a porcelain crown that looks, functions and feels just like your natural tooth. In many cases, dental implants will last you the rest of your natural life - making them an ideal way to restore your smile. 

Dental implants are an excellent way to improve your smile and protect your health. Learn more by calling us today. 

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