June 20, 2018

While a missing tooth might at first seem like the end of the world to any adult, modern advances in dental technology have something different to say. When you visit a dentist in Colorado Springs, CO it may surprise you to learn that you have options beyond a bridge or dentures – Dr. Davis of Cheyenne Mountain Dental Care can talk to you about the long-term solution of dental implants. 

What Are the Benefits of Implants?

Dental implants are titanium posts that Dr. Davis places in the jawbone to securely hold a crown in place. This means the implant will provide complete stability for the crown. Patients with dental implants can still eat their favorite foods and enjoy talking without worrying about the crown slipping. Dental implants are also easy to clean, since you care for them in basically the same way you care for your natural teeth. The greatest benefit, however, is their natural look.

Dr. Davis can create a natural-looking crown that matches the surrounding teeth down to the color, making the dental implant practically indistinguishable from a real tooth. No one else even needs to know you have a dental implant as you do not need to remove it for cleaning and it is strong enough to withstand eating the foods you enjoy. 

How Long Do Implants Last?

You want an investment like dental implants to last a while, but how much time will this procedure really buy you? Much of that depends on who places the dental implant and how well you care for it. An experienced dentist with the proper training should be the one to place the dental implant for the highest rate of success. As long as you care for your dental implant as directed, it can last decades or even a lifetime which means you may not need the procedure for that particular tooth again.

Where Can You Learn More?

For a long-lasting solution to missing teeth, a dental implant may be the right choice for you. To learn more and to find out if you are a good candidate for this procedure, contact Cheyenne Mountain Dental Care to schedule a consultation with our dentist.



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