Why Dental Implants Are Made To Restore Your Smile

Are you lacking a winning smile that could brighten up yours (and everyone else's) day? If so, you're not alone, as many Americans today have gaping holes in their smiles that leave them self-conscious and oftentimes without hope.

But could achieving your picture-perfect smile still be a possibility no matter your stage of tooth degeneration? At Central Florida Dental ImplantsCosmetic & Family Dentistry, Dr. Adel Mansour and his trusted group of dental experts have the answer for your smile's needs called dental implants, which serve as a sure-fire way to get your grin back to where you want it to be.

Dental implants are synthetic structures that get placed in your mouth in the hole where your tooth root normally goes. Typically anchored to the jawbone, dental implants serve as a solid and stable foundation for artificial teeth to be inserted on top of them. They can also be relied on to attach a permanent bridge or dentures.

Take a peek at a few facts about dental implant specifics below:

What Are They Made Out Of?

Typically made from synthetic yet biocompatible materials (think metal or ceramic), dental implants are expertly fashioned to seem just like your natural teeth. They're long-lasting, too, and maintaining a strict oral hygiene after they're placed allows them to stay strong for years to come.

How Do I Know If I'm A Candidate?

Dental implants are most successful for dental patients who have a healthy bone density and a strong immune system. If you meet these prerequisites, chances are you qualify to be next in line for your own dental implants.

For more information about dental implants and how they can restore your smile right here in Kissimmee, FL, give Dr. Mansour a call today at (407) 483-9990 for a chance to experience the smile you've been dreaming about!

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