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By Steinbach Dental
February 25, 2019
Category: Dental Procedures

Dental ImplantsAlthough it may seem like part of the aging process, your permanent teeth are actually meant to stay in place for a lifetime. However, accidents and decay can cause loss of these teeth, which can actually set off a chain reaction of more loose or missing teeth. The good news is that you can stop this unfortunate process in its tracks with dental implants from your dentists in Brookfield, Wisconsin, Dr. Thomas Steinbach and Dr. Beth Sievers. Here are some of the ways dental implants can change your smile - and your life! - for the better.

Restore your confidence

Visibly missing teeth can have a negative effect on your self-esteem. You may not feel as confident in your job or at social events, especially when it comes to meeting new people, and go out of your way not to talk or smile to avoid showing those gaps. With dental implants from your Brookfield dentist, you'll feel self-assured again. The crowns are custom-made to match the rest of your teeth, giving you a beautiful smile.

Improve your diet

When you have even one missing tooth, biting and chewing food becomes more difficult. This can lead to dietary changes, which may be detrimental to your overall health. Many people with missing teeth tend to cut out fibrous foods like meat and raw vegetables, both of which provide important nutrients. Replacing these teeth with dental implants allows you to eat comfortably again, as they'll never shift out of place while you're chewing or become dislodged while biting down.

Maintain your dental health

As we mentioned above, the loss of just one tooth can have an impact on your entire smile. Teeth need the stability that their "neighbors" provide, and when one is missing, the teeth on either side of the gap begin to move. But with your dental implants securely in place, your remaining natural teeth will last as well. That's because the post of the implant, which your Brookfield dentist inserts into the space where your missing tooth once was, acts as the root of a real tooth. Your other teeth don't know the difference and stay firmly in position.

If you're ready to look, eat, and feel better with dental implants, contact Steinbach Dental in Brookfield, Wisconsin to schedule a consultation with Dr. Thomas Steinbach or Dr. Beth Sievers today!