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Ways We Help To Restore Your Smile

No matter how diligent we are with our oral health, sometimes accidents and facial trauma occur and patients are left with missing and broken teeth. We know that it can be heartbreaking when you are left with your oral health in what feels like shambles. Patients who experience tooth loss to illness, medication side effects, and severe decay have many of the same feelings. Smiling is a way that we can showcase our personality or give a greeting to another without needing to utter a word, and when that is not possible, it is easy to develop issues with self-esteem and become introverted.

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Best Options for Replacing Missing Teeth

Are you ready to take the leap and replace your missing teeth? We know that when teeth are missing it can affect self-esteem or make a patient feel self-conscious. Missing teeth can also change the way patients eat, speak, and interact with others. Modern dentistry offers many tooth replacement options that can restore the function of your teeth and create a beautiful, esthetically pleasing smile. Our team is here to answer any questions you have and wants to help you choose a method that will fit your lifestyle and budget.

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Which Tooth Replacement Option Is Right For Me?

Have you recently had a tooth extracted and are interested in choosing a tooth replacement option? Perhaps you have had a tooth missing for some time and have decided to make an investment in your oral health. We know that losing a tooth due to severe decay, injury, medical condition, or gum disease can greatly affect your self-esteem. It can be challenging to move past the extraction and make the decision about which tooth replacement option is best for your budget and lifestyle. Replacing a missing tooth is not only beneficial for aesthetic reasons but also for your oral and overall health. Our suggestion is a permanent tooth replacement option that is a popular choice among many of our patients. Continue reading to learn more.