Living with missing teeth can cause all sorts of problems. Cosmetically, gaps in your smile can leave your face looking different than it used to and cause self consciousness whenever you speak or smile. Not only that, but missing teeth can put a significant amount of strain on your bite and can cause any remaining, adjacent teeth to shift in place. Eating and speaking comfortably may have gotten difficult, but here at South Jersey Family Dental our options for Glassboro teeth replacement, such as dental implants, can help solve all of the issues and concerns that you may have.
There are several options available to people who are missing teeth. Some of the other, older methods include dental bridges or dentures. These options may work well for some people, but for people who wish to have a stronger option then dental implants are the way to go when it comes to teeth replacement. Unlike dental bridges or dentures, partial or complete, dental implants look, feel and perform just as well as natural teeth do. Dental implants here at South Jersey Family Dental get their strength from the use of titanium posts that act as replacement tooth roots. These titanium posts are surgically inserted into the jaw through the gums. As these posts heal, they meld with the bone in a completely biological process known as osseointegration. Once this process and the healing itself is complete, your artificial teeth will be inserted into the posts. These teeth are made to look completely natural and will be custom made to match your other teeth as well in order to create a completely seamless finishing smile. Glassboro teeth replacement with our dentists, Dr. Jaffrey or Dr. Ettelson, can help do all of this for you and more.
If you are missing teeth and wish to completely restore your smile’s function as well as its appearance, then consider Glassboro teeth replacement here with our dental team at South Jersey Family Dental. If you want to learn more about dental implants and whether they are right for you, schedule an appointment for a consultation with either Dr. Jaffrey or Dr. Ettelson today.