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Dental implants act as artificial tooth roots. They are made of sterile titanium cylinders, and recommended by dentists for a variety of functions. Depending on your needs and condition, dental implants can replace one or more teeth without affecting neighboring teeth, as well as provide support for a bridge, eliminating the need for a removable partial denture. Dental implants can also be placed to help add stability to full dentures.
Dental implants will not only help you teeth function better, such as chewing, but overall improve your facial appearance. In turn, your smile will look fantastic! The best candidates for dental implants are those in good oral health, with healthy gum tissue, free from gum disease, and sufficient underlying bone.
Dr. Johnson has been placing implants for years, and his results are astounding. Set up an appointment today to see if you are a candidate for dental implants!