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Dental Implants the Only Permanent Solution

Dental implants have improved the quality of life for millions of people. Implants can improve the quality of yours as well.

Dental implants are a permanent replacement now available for nearly everyone. Even people who have been missing one or more teeth for decades now have an option when it comes to missing teeth.

Missing Teeth Cause Issues

The Dental Views can’t stress the importance of replacing missing teeth. If you have missing teeth it causes problems for both oral and overall health. Missing teeth also cause issues for your other teeth.

Why Missing Teeth are Problematic

The Dental Views, with locations in Southern California and Arizona, are the dental implant experts.
According to the Dental Views, even one missing tooth is a signal to your other teeth. If you have a missing tooth your other teeth will move into position to fill the space.

As you can imagine, this movement will eventually cause problems with your teeth and your bite. For example, if you have a missing tooth on the bottom the top tooth will try to grow into the space.

In addition missing teeth cause other teeth to crowd and become misaligned. These reasons and more make dental implants the best solution. The best solution even if you have been told you aren’t a good candidate.

What You Need to Know about Dental Implants

The free dental implant e-book from The Dental Views explains everything you need to know about this amazing tooth replacement.

From candidacy to how the process works you’ll be ready for your consultation when you read the Free Dental Implant Guide from The Dental Views.

Your Dental Implant Consultation

When you meet with your implant dentist in Southern California the two of you will chat about your overall and oral health.

If you wear dentures or have teeth that have been missing for some time, one of the best options for you would be All on 4 Dental Implants.

On the other hand if you are missing one or two teeth, single implants would be your best bet if you don’t want to deal with bridges or partials.

Once you decide on a solution your implant dentist will schedule your surgery along with follow up appointments for final placement.

Dental Implants in Arizona

If you would like to learn more about dental implants in Southern California call or send a direct message to your dentist in Arizona.

The Dental Views are the experts and ready to help. Call or send a text for more information today.