How Dental Implants Can Bring Your Smile Back From The DeadOctober 20, 2016
We may be celebrating Halloween and all things spooky this month, but your smile shouldn’t be scary. My dental office in Goose Creek is dedicated to getting rid of your dead tooth or teeth once and for all with magical solution known as a dental implant.
A Step-By-Step Guide to How the Magic Happens
My Goose Creek dental office is here to share some secrets about the hidden powers of dental implants. They are truly magical at making your smile look complete and feel natural. No one will even know you’ve had work done on your teeth. Don’t worry, your secret is safe with us.
Step 1 – Diagnosis
The dentist will take a look at how your dead or missing tooth may be killing your smile. While not everyone is a candidate for an implant procedure, a consultation will be your best bet to see if it’s appropriate for you.
Step 2 – How An Implant Works
Not only can an implant make a smile look whole again, it can also restore function as if the natural tooth and its root never even left. The implant post, made of titanium, actually mimics your tooth root and helps to prevent facial bone loss. Implants are anchored to the bone to create a solid, permanent foundation. Once healed, a porcelain crown, bridge, or a set of dentures covers the post for a natural look that functions like your original tooth.
Step 3 – Enjoy The Benefits
When you’re missing a tooth or teeth, your entire mouth may suffer. A missing tooth could lead to bone loss in the jaw, an imbalanced bite which could create problems with your jaw joint, and your self-confidence may suffer. Dental implants can fix all of that.
The titanium posts play a large role in helping to keep your jaw bone strong. Not only is titanium a super-strong metal that’s resistant to corrosion, it’s actually pretty compatible with our bodies too. After it’s placed into the bone, it’s highly likely that the body will successfully integrate it, creating a strong, durable base for a porcelain crown or other dental restoration. Once a tooth is replaced with an implant, chewing functions and confidence are renewed.
Your Goose Creek dentist is always here for you and your teeth. If you have questions about how to bring life back to your smile, please let us know.
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Dr. Brad Williams
102 Spring Hall Drive
Goose Creek, SC 29445
As of August 1, 2016
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7 am to 5 pm
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