Missing teeth take a serious toll on both the appearance and health of your smile.
Dental implants replace tooth roots, providing excellent stability for bridges, crowns, and dentures.
The friendly team at the Center for Dentistry in Aiken, SC, can restore your smile and give you natural-looking results with implants...
Dental Implants Restore Your Dental Health
A Lifetime of Benefits
Patients who choose dental implants can expect these titanium devices to last 40 years or longer with proper care. Restorations will need replacement periodically, but the implants themselves can provide lifelong benefits.
Maintain Jawbone Density
When you lose a tooth, the bone tissue in your jaw will begin to recede. This can lead to further tooth loss and other health issues. Implants are the only dental treatment that can stop bone atrophy after tooth loss.
Restore Form and Function
Dental implants provide a solid foundation for dental restorations, allowing you to chew and speak without worrying that your restorations will slip out of place. Your dentist can provide a bridge, crown, or denture that will blend seamlessly with your surrounding natural teeth.
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An Investment in Your Quality of Life
Traditionally, missing teeth are treated with a dental bridge or denture alone. These restorations are an attractive choice, especially when considering costs, but traditional bridges and dentures cannot stop jawbone atrophy because they are unable to provide the needed stimulation to the jawbone. This is why traditional restorations require adjustments, relining, and general maintenance to function properly. While the upfront costs associated with bridges and dentures are lower than those associated with dental implants, the price of adjustments adds up over time.
Implant-supported restorations are more secure than traditional alternatives. And because they help maintain jawbone density, they require significantly fewer adjustments. In the long run, the cost difference is negligible. Our Aiken, SC, dentist office lets patients pay in installments over the course of six to 12 months to make this solution affordable.