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Dental Implants: The MVP of Restorative Dentistry

February 28, 2021
Posted By: Carrollwood Village Dental
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If you suffer from tooth loss or live with an incomplete smile, you’re not alone. Approximately 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, according to the American College of Prosthodontists (ACP). Also, roughly 40 million Americans are missing all of their teeth. 

Whether you lost your tooth during football practice or due to natural wear and tear, Dr. Mancuso and our team at Carrollwood Village Dental can help you regain your smile. 

How Dental Implants Can Improve Your Smile

When we lose teeth, the remaining teeth tend to shift into their place, which can cause other health issues. Dental implants are an excellent restorative treatment that has several benefits including:

#1 Re-energizes Your Appearance

Dental implants fill in your smile and make you look more youthful and healthy. 

#2 Restores Your Oral Health

Untreated tooth loss can lead to damaging oral health issues. Dental implants help your mouth look, feel, and function like it’s meant to. 

#3 Stabilizes Your Bite

Dental implants are stabilized by connectors called abutments, and they support surrounding teeth. The abutments keep your teeth in their proper positions so they don’t shift and move around in your mouth. 

#4 Improves Speech and Chewing Ability

When you have missing teeth, it can be difficult to chew, speak, and smile. Dental implants give your mouth the support and stability it requires to function properly. 

#5 Boosts Your Confidence

Who doesn’t want a mouthful of pearly whites? When you have a smile you’re proud of, it boosts your self-confidence and makes you feel more comfortable being yourself. 

#6 Preserves Bone and Gum Health

Because the implant is placed in the jawbone, it stimulates and preserves the surrounding bone and gums. 

#7 Improves Your Dental Hygiene

Dental implants can’t get cavities! But this doesn’t mean you don’t have to care for your prosthetic teeth or your remaining teeth. People with dental implants are more likely to take care of their new smiles by brushing, flossing, and coming to our office for regular exams and cleanings

Call Us for Custom Dental Implants in Tampa, FL 

Dr. Mancuso offers advanced restorative treatments for patients with missing teeth. Contact us today to schedule an appointment, and we can help you revitalize your smile!

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