Are Dental Implants Right For You?
Serving the Portland OR & Vancouver WA Metro AreaDental implants are designed to replace one or more teeth you may be missing. Not only can they make it appear as if you still have all of your teeth, but also they can function just like your natural teeth do. Although conventional treatments such as dentures or dental bridges work well, dental implants work to keep these dental prosthetics in place more securely for life.
Consider the Benefits of Dental Implants
If you are missing one or more teeth and are embarrassed by your smile, you will be able to benefit greatly from implants. They come with the following benefits.
- Strong and sturdy
- A permanent solution
- Improved eating and speaking
- Work just like your regular teeth
- Keep your jawbone healthy and prevent bone deterioration
- Have been successfully used for over 50 years
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Determine If You Are a Candidate
If you are healthy enough to undergo a dental extraction or most other dental work, you are a good candidate to have a dental implant placed as well. However, you will also need to have healthy gums and enough bone in the area to hold an implant well. If you have uncontrolled chronic health conditions or are a heavy smoker, you may not be a good candidate.
Schedule a Dental Implant Consultation
The best way to determine whether dental implants are right for you is to schedule a consultation. We will look at your individual circumstances and evaluate your special concerns.
While dental implants are the best choice for the majority of our patients who are missing one or more teeth, you will want to schedule a complete oral consultation with us to determine if you are indeed a good candidate. We will take the time to examine your mouth, answer your questions and describe the treatment process. Together, we can make a decision for your oral health that will meet your goals and let you feel proud of your smile again.Back to How Dental Implants Work