Dental Implants San Diego Dental Office Stresses Benefits Of Dental Implants

September 11, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The Art of Dentistry, a dental office based in San Diego, California, wants to stress the benefits of dental implants. They want to point out that with dental implants, patients would be able to retain the natural appearance of their teeth and their natural smile. Also, these implants are permanent. They are also natural-feeling, durable, easy to care for, promote healthy bone, and allow patients to live confidently.

Merri Turner, Director of Operations and Marketing at The Art of Dentistry, says, “You should never feel ashamed of your smile. Dental implants are artificial teeth that provide a permanent solution to teeth that are missing or damaged. They are rooted in the bone by a titanium post that provides structure for a ceramic crown. First, a frame is attached to your jawbone below the missing tooth. This will provide you with a base that is secure and stable for your missing tooth. Your implant will then be attached. This artificial tooth will give you the same functionality, feeling, and look as a real tooth. The best part is that it’s long-lasting.”

Merri Turner also wants to point out that almost one-third of Americans notice the teeth of the people they talk to immediately. And almost three quarters of them are more likely to trust a person with a nice smile. An imperfect smile can therefore be a disadvantage. Fortunately, dental implants can offer a solution for missing or chipped teeth. Because dental implants look very much like natural teeth, most people will not even notice that they are not the person’s original teeth, thus allowing them to be more confident with their smiles.

Also, dental implants are available for almost anyone with one or more missing teeth. A key requirement is that the bone tissue is fully developed in the patient. Also, patients must not have untreated tooth decay or active gum disease. Furthermore, patients need to practice proper oral hygiene because if not, bacteria could build up on the implant surface and this can cause the implant to eventually lose its anchor.

The Art of Dentistry also provides cosmetic dentistry services, such as porcelain veneers, bonding, and teeth whitening. One important service is CEREC® same day restorative dentistry. CEREC bridges, crowns and veneers offer convenience with excellent results. The primary benefit is that everything will be completed in just one appointment. Digital impressions are also used and not the messy molds. These are high quality ceramic restorations and they are all done in-office and do not require lab work.

The Art of Dentistry also provides gum disease treatment. Symptoms of gum disease include bleeding gums; red, swollen or inflamed gums; sensitive teeth; receding gums; bad breath; and loose or moving teeth. If gum disease is not treated, it can cause shifting teeth, an altered appearance, tooth loss, and bone loss. Gum disease has also been found to be related to several systemic effects like diabetes; pancreatic, head and neck cancer; stroke; heart disease; and preterm labor or low birth weight babies.

The Art of Dentistry also offers sedation dentistry for patients who have dental anxiety, sensitive teeth, fear of needles or drills, dental phobia, low pain tolerance, and sensitive gag reflex. Fortunately, Drs. Lawrence Addleson, R. Douglas Campbell and David Landau are masters of their art, and have dedicated themselves to providing patients with exceptional care. Patients can take advantage of sedation dentistry to maintain their oral health, get more work done in one visit, and have a more enjoyable dental experience.

They want to point out that they are ready to provide patients with a smile makeover. Such a smile makeover can be beneficial for those who have missing teeth, uneven bite or crooked midline, cracked or damaged teeth, yellow or stained teeth, crooked teeth, problems or unresolved expectations from previous treatments, pain or discomfort in the jaw or mouth, and incorrect restorative procedures resulting in fractures or failure.

Those who are interested in dental implants San Diego residents can depend on can visit the website of The Art of Dentistry, or contact them by phone or by email.


For more information about The Art of Dentistry, contact the company here:

The Art of Dentistry
Merri Turner
2840 Fifth Ave Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92103

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