If your teeth are worn out, damaged, loose, or missing, you know how much your dental health can affect your life. Maybe you’ve tried old-fashioned dentures or partial dentures. Maybe you’ve been trapped in the cycle of trying to salvage your teeth while they seem to just keep getting worse, costing you time, discomfort, and money. You need a permanent, functional solution for your missing and failing teeth so you can smile with confidence again and get back to living life to the fullest.
The good news is you don’t have to settle for “good enough” when it comes to replacing your teeth. You don’t need to feel self-conscious about the way your teeth look or hide from photos and social situations. You can enjoy all your favorite foods again without limiting yourself to a soft diet or worrying about your denture slipping, shifting, or falling out. Imagine never needing to take your teeth out at night again!
Our team at Smiling Dental can help you reclaim a strong, beautiful smile you can feel proud of with dental implants in Hamilton, ON. Dental implants are a permanent, versatile solution for missing and unsalvageable teeth.
Dental implants can replace any number of missing teeth. Whether you need individual teeth replaced, several teeth in one area, or if you need full mouth dental implants, we can rebuild your dream smile! For individual missing teeth, dental bridges used to be the standard.
However, a dental bridge depends on the surrounding teeth for support. Dental implants can replace your missing teeth without needing to work on your natural teeth. For patients missing all or most of their teeth, removable dentures used to be your best option. Regular dentures just can’t compare with dental implants when it comes to biting strength, stability, and looks. Most importantly, dental implants can actually help maintain the health of your bone!
When teeth go missing, your body no longer needs to sustain the bone structure that used to support those teeth. Over time, it will allow that bone structure to shrink. Losing bone volume leads to that familiar sunken look when you take your dentures out, making you look older than your years! It can also lead to weakening of the jawbone and problems with the jaw joint.
Dental implants stimulate the bone tissue, preventing shrinkage. That means that, unlike regular dentures, full mouth dental implants can protect the health of your bone and help maintain the youthful contours of your face. They also prevent painful sores from ill-fitting dentures that shift and rub, and let you eat a full variety of foods so you can get all the nutrients you need rather than sticking to soft foods only. That’s why dental implants aren’t just great for your smile and your confidence; they’re great for your whole body!
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