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Can I Treat Gum Disease with Dental Implants?

Gum disease can be painful and frustrating to deal with. There are two forms of gum disease: gingivitis and periodontitis. Of the two, periodontitis is more severe, but both forms come with a set of side effects that can upset your daily life. Tooth loss is one of the worst side effects of periodontitis. If you’ve reached this stage of gum disease you might be wondering if dental implants are a good option.

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What Are The Benefits of Dental Implants?

It’s human nature to want good oral health and a great natural smile. After all, our teeth are among the first things many people notice when first impressions are being made. For teeth repair and replacement, dental implants can be a valuable treatment option.

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7 Benefits of Dental Implants

Many people suffer a loss of a tooth. Whether it’s from tooth decay, gum disease, or injury, millions of Americans have lost at least one adult tooth in their life.

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What is a Dental Implant? (simply put)

Have you ever lost a tooth? Aside from being embarrassing and annoying, it can also throw your entire mouth out of whack. You’re meant to have all of your adult teeth – they allow your mouth to perform all the necessary functions correctly. Removing a tooth from the process can cause problems with your bite, and also leads to the decay of the underlying bone. Without the tooth there, the nearby bone starts to weaken and deteriorate, which in turn causes the nearby gum tissue to decrease as well. With time, the weakened mouth bones can lead to jaw bone decay as well. Suffice to say, you really need to do something about a missing tooth.

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Dental Implants: Are They Worth the Cost?

If you’ve ever been unfortunate enough to lose a tooth, you know what a hassle it can be – aside from possibly having an exposed root, you also now have a noticeable gap in your teeth; and depending on that gap’s location, that can be embarrassing.

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