Five Reasons to Have Dental Implants in 2013 – Orlando

The start of a new year usually brings a sense of motivation to solve problems. Let 2013 be the year that you finally replace missing, decayed or damaged teeth — permanently. Dr. Ronald Trevisani, a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon, has been offering dental implants in Orlando for more than 15 years. Here are five reasons Dr. Trevisani believes you should have dental implants placed this year.
1. To enjoy eating your favorite foods.
Tired of sticking to soft, bland foods and babying a weak tooth? Or even chewing on only one side of your mouth? With the stability and security of dental implants, you can enjoy your favorite meats, fruits and vegetables.
2. To get your dream job.
Recent studies have shown that oral health problems (i.e., missing or damaged teeth) can prevent a person from being hired for a job. Don’t let your missing teeth distract a hiring manager from your impeccable résumé and qualifications. Opt for a full, even smile with implants.
3. To feel more confident in your appearance.
Dental implant restorations look completely natural and blend in beautifully with surrounding teeth. No one will be able to tell that you’ve had dental work performed (unless you tell them yourself).
4. To insure yourself against future dental problems.
Implants promote strong oral health and correct problems that can compromise surrounding teeth (e.g., an uneven bite). Also, dental implants are beneficial for the jawbone. Improve the health of your teeth, bite and jawbone by filling in gaps with dental implants.
5. To replace dentures.
If you’ve lost the majority or all of your teeth and have had dentures placed, you may find yourself unsatisfied with the dentures. Implants are securely anchored to your jawbone, and won’t slip or shift around in your mouth. Several implant posts can support the Hybridge prosthetic, which replaces an entire upper or lower arch of teeth. Also, unlike dentures, implants do not have to be removed nightly for brushing, cleaning or soaking.
To learn more about dental implants, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Trevisani to discuss replacing a missing tooth, please contact our practice today.