How to Get Your Two Front Teeth For Christmas

Dental implants Catonsville, MDIf all you want for Christmas are your two front teeth, then you are definitely in luck. Whether you lost your front teeth (or any other teeth) because of an accident or tooth decay, it can make you feel like you’ll never be able to smile fully again, but things don’t have to be so bleak.

If you have good oral health overall then we may suggest that you get dental implants. Dental implants are only successful in patients who have strong jaw bone health otherwise they won’t work. By strategically implanting metal rods into your gums, dental implants work by acting as your tooth’s’ natural root. Then, after your gums have successfully and fully healed around the rod, we will place a dental crown over the top of the rod which acts as your natural tooth. One of the great things about Dental implants is that they have several benefits.

They Are Practically Permanent

No dental fixture is going to be 100% permanent, but dental implants come pretty close. Unlike other oral fixtures like dental bridges or dentures, dental implants are practically permanent which means that you won’t be able to take them out or remove them at any time.

They Look Real

If you are concerned about having your two front teeth look artificial, then dental implants are worth considering. One of the many unique things about dental implants is that the dental crowns can be matched to your surrounding teeth so that they blend in and look natural.

They Work Well

If you have missed being able to bite into an applied or corn on the cob, then dental implants will give you that ability all over again. As long as your implants have fully healed, you should be able to enjoy all of the same benefits as you would if you had your natural teeth.

To learn more about dental implants, contact our Catonsville office today and contact us at 410.744.6088.

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