Ask you dentist about dental implants today!

Your teeth might physically be the strongest part of your body; however, that does not mean they do not wear down over time. After decades of speaking, chewing and grinding, it is a miracle that teeth stay as healthy as they do.

From an early age, dentists preach brushing and flossing, and if done consistently, these practices can extend the life of teeth; however, even the most avid brushers and flossers sometimes get bad news from the dentist.

Though teeth are strong, the daily grind causes them to wear down, which often leads to cavities and other painful issues. In serious cases in which teeth are severely damaged, an extraction used to be the only option.

Today, dentists around the world employ more advanced techniques that make correcting and replacing damaged teeth simple.

One such procedure is a dental implant, and if you have a tooth that is beyond repair, then this might be the best solution to fix your smile.

An implant is a state-of-the-art device custom designed to fit a patient's mouth perfectly. To ensure the implants provide the same protection as natural teeth, they are covered by crowns. A crown is a cap that is placed over a tooth that has been repaired or implanted, and it is as strong and durable as a natural tooth.

At Leavitt Family Dentistry, Dr. Casey Leavitt provides implants residents can trust. In his office, he and his team have replaced anywhere from one tooth to 32 teeth during a single visit.

Implants are amazing, but they still require care. In fact, because they look and feel like natural teeth, individuals must care for them just as if they were natural teeth.

If you have not had issues with brushing and flossing in the past, continued care should not be an issue.

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If you have a tooth that is need of repair, speak to your dentist today about how a dental implant might help you and your smile.

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