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The Truth Cost of Investing in Dental Implants: Are They Worth It?

May 21, 2018

The Truth Cost of Investing in Dental Implants: Are They Worth It?

If you’ve lost a tooth then you know how upsetting it can be. You not only have the physical gap that could bring you embarrassment, but you have an exposed root of your tooth that can be extremely painful if you don’t treat it. The good news is that there are ways to treat the tooth. To learn more, read on and then reach out to California Dental Group at (800) 407-0161 to learn more about California dental implants.

Dental implants are strong and they are dependable

When you have dental implants installed, they go deep into your gums. They are designed to attach right to the bone of your jaw, which means that it is in there for good. These are teeth that are not going to come loose. In fact, they’re just as secure as a regular tooth – although the fact that they can’t be affected by gum disease or other issues that make real teeth susceptible to decay. When you have implants, you can live your life without worrying about your teeth.

You can’t tell the difference between an implant and a natural tooth

One of the reasons that clients turn to us for implants over other options is that they look just like the real thing. Not only will an implant get rid of the hole where your tooth used to be, but no one will be able to tell the difference between it and your other teeth. Don’t believe us? Look at some before and after photos of people who’ve had dental implants – we bet you won’t be able to tell them apart.

You won’t have long-term pain

Many other solutions used to replace missing teeth involve partial dentures that have pieces of metal attached to them. These worked great for many years, except for one big issue: They got uncomfortable after being worn for hours at a time. As a result, they weren’t a full-time, permanent solution. This is not an issue with dental implants.

Dental implants offer the permanent answer to lost teeth

If you choose to get dentures instead of dental implants, then you’ll be in charge of taking out your dentures every night and then keeping them clean. On the other hand, when you use implants you don’t have to worry about this kind of maintenance. You simply brush and floss your teeth as you normally would and your implants will last you the rest of your life.

Not only can dental implants be used to replace a few teeth, they can be used to replace all your teeth. If you’ve lost one or more tooth, or you believe that you’re in danger of losing one and you want to know your options, then we encourage you to contact California Dental Group at (800) 407-0161. We can set up an appointment during which we’ll take a look and let you know what your long-term options are.