Dental implants in Langley are growing in popularity. Each month, we are getting more patients who want dental implants or who are at least interested in exploring the possibility of dental implants. Gentle Dental Langley has successfully installed dental implants in hundreds of mouths, and we can do yours too if you are a candidate for dental implants. How do you know if you are a candidate for dental implants? The easiest way is to schedule an appointment for an initial consultation, during which, we will evaluate your oral health and determine if implants are right for you.
If you are a suitable dental implant candidate, then we can go over all of your options with you - including implant alternatives - and provide you with pricing options. We even offer financing and payment plans! Gentle Dental Langley is the go-to dental clinic for implants in Langley.
Look Better and Feel Better with Dental Implants
The most common reason that people get dental implants is because of the enhanced appearance that comes with them - the cosmetic benefits. People who have missing teeth typically love dental implants because they look and function like real teeth. Missing teeth can demand unwanted attention and causes us to try to hide our smile. When and where possible, it's best to replace missing teeth.
Wearers of dentures often complain about their dentures slipping, and they also suffer from speech quality reduction and difficulty eating or chewing foods. With a dental implant, you'll forget you have them! You can brush, rinse, and floss. You can eat any kind of food that you want. Dental implants are very durable and strong.
How Do Dental Implants Work?
When you lose a tooth, that's only the tip of the iceberg, so to speak. It's the beginning of a cascading effect that can have devastating results! What is the cascading effect? When you lose a tooth, you also begin to lose bone in the jaw in the area that used to support the tooth. As the jaw bone deteriorates, surrounding teeth begin to weaken, loosen, and eventually fall out. This is the reason why a lot of dental implants need bone grafting prior to implant surgery.
Once the implant is installed, it will mesh with the surrounding jaw bone. Bone cells will actually begin to grow over the implant, fortifying it in its place. Then, once the implant is set, we can attach an artificial tooth to the implant. If cared for properly, dental implants can last a lifetime, and the artificial attachment teeth can be repaired or replaced if they somehow get damaged. Additionally, the artificial teeth are hand-crafted in our laboratory to match the color, shape, and the size of your surrounding natural teeth.
If you would like to schedule an initial consultation with Gentle Dental Langley, contact us today. We look forward to meeting you and helping you find a dental solution that is right for you.Dental Implants Langley
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