Gulf Shore Cosmetic and Family Dentistry
Dental Implants, Implant Dentist
Are you missing teeth? Do you miss having healthy teeth? If so, you know first-hand the discomfort, both physical and emotional, that missing teeth can bring. You probably feel limited in what you can eat, and you might feel embarrassed by the changes in your speech and your face. You may also have experienced unfair judgments caused by the stigma that our society places on missing teeth.
What Are Dental Implants?
A dental implant has three main parts. We surgically place the implant itself into your jaw in the place of your missing tooth, and then we add a customized abutment. We finish your dental implant with a custom implant crown to complete your smile.
At Childs and Childs Dentistry, we are skilled in the art of oral surgery and can place dental implants right here in our Naples dental office with no need to refer you to a specialist.
Dr. Brian Childs is a Fellow in the International Congress of Oral Implantology and a graduate of the prestigious Misch International Implant Institute. He has surgically placed and restored thousands of dental implants since his hospital residency, and our patients are thrilled with their results.
The Advantages and Benefits of Dental Implants
Whether you need to replace one tooth or many, dental implants are an ideal option with many advantages over their tooth replacement predecessors.
Dental implants are a permanent part of your smile
The crown and implant are durable and, with good oral health habits, can last a lifetime.
You can brush and floss regularly
You can eat normally
Dental implants look completely natural and will blend in beautifully with your other teeth for an attractive and healthy smile.
Dental Implant Restoration
The roots of your teeth do more than just hold your teeth in place. They also stimulate the growth and development of healthy bone and gum tissue in your jaw. When you lose a tooth, changes begin to happen in your jaw and the tissue is no longer stimulated to maintain itself. While these changes may not seem noticeable right away, they will eventually begin to snowball, changing the shape of your face and causing you to lose additional teeth.
The titanium post of a dental implant that is placed in your jaw functions the same way as your natural tooth root, stopping the deterioration of your tissue and helping to keep and restore the health of your jaw. This not only prevents further loss of teeth, it also keeps you from experiencing the “sunken” appearance that often accompanies lost teeth.
Call Us for an Evaluation
To learn more about dental implants in Naples, Florida and find out if they are right for you call the Naples dental office of Drs. Childs and Childs. Our entire team looks forward to working with you toward a healthy future.
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