Restore Your Smile and Quality of Life with Dental Implants
Losing even one natural tooth is a cause for alarm as it can impact your smile, oral health, eating ability, and more. Tooth loss can even affect your self-esteem if the gap is noticeable when you smile. Permanent teeth implants from Dentistry On 10 in Mississauga can help you cope with the challenges caused by missing teeth. Implants will restore your smile and quality of life so you can live the lifestyle you enjoy most.
How Implants Restore Your Smile
Depending on your needs, the implants can be used to replace one lost tooth, several, or an entire arch of teeth. Replacing your front teeth with single implants can restore the beauty of your smile without affecting adjacent teeth.
An implant-supported bridge offers a solution for restoring three or four teeth in a row. The implants will be surgically embedded into your jaw and the prosthetics permanently attached on top to fill the gaps left by missing teeth. Dr. Rina Kotecha can custom-design a natural-looking bridge that looks, feels, and functions as much as possible like your original teeth.
If you lose an entire arch of teeth due to decay, trauma, or periodontal disease, all-on-4 implants can be used to support an arch of prosthetic teeth to complete your smile.
How Implants Improve Your Quality of Life
Losing multiple teeth can alter your lifestyle and lower your quality of life. Implants can improve your life for the better by:
- Giving you a brand-new smile that boosts your confidence and self-esteem
- Improving your overall appearance
- Restoring your ability to chew so you can enjoy your meals again, with few, if any, dietary restrictions
- Helping you speak clearly again, so you feel comfortable in social settings
- Improving your oral health and keeping dental problems to a minimum
Permanent Teeth Implant Cost
The cost of implants depends on what’s required for your treatment. If you don’t have dental insurance, we offer easy payment options to help cover the cost of your implant procedure.
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