Failing teeth? Losing all your teeth? Fearing tooth loss? Answering “yes” to any of these questions might indicate that you’re not exactly happy with your current quality of life. After all, people with failing or missing teeth can’t eat their favorite foods, hesitate to smile during pictures and often avoid social situations.

Fortunately, replacing failing or missing teeth with dental implants or the All-on-4 dental implant system can give you a better quality of life. Here’s how:

You Can Smile Confidently

Discolored, decayed or missing teeth can make you want to keep your lips closed during pictures and get-togethers. Dental implants fill those gaps with beautiful teeth customized to match the exact shape, shade, and size as your natural teeth. Since they look so lifelike, you’ll be able to smile more confidently and enjoy a higher self-esteem during all of life’s most memorable moments.

Your Mouth Stays Healthy

When you have a failing or missing tooth, it affects more than just your smile. The bone in your mouth needs healthy teeth roots for stimulation. Without it, you can experience bone loss and facial collapse over time, which leads to wrinkles and an aged appearance. Dental implants, on the other hand, stimulate the bone in your mouth, ensuring you maintain proper oral health for years to come.

You Have No Diet Restrictions

You can eat whatever you want with dental implants. Since they’re made from the same materials NASA uses for its space shuttles and rockets, you can count on them being sturdy enough to last a lifetime (if you care for them properly). With failing teeth, missing teeth, dentures, and bridges, you likely can’t enjoy foods that are hot, sticky or hard. This can have a big effect on your quality of life, but with dental implants, you’ll have no diet restrictions.

If you’d like to know more about failing teeth solutions like dental implants or All-on-4, schedule a complimentary consultation today!

Dr. Kinsey is now taking new dental implant patients from St. Augustine, Daytona Beach, Palm Coast, St. John’s County and surrounding areas. What are you waiting for? Improve your life today.