Permanent Tooth Replacement With Dental Implants in Aurora, CO Area
Missing Teeth Affect Your Smile and Your Health
You don’t have to go to an expensive Periodontist for dental implants!
The dental implant procedure is simple and has a very high success rate.
Dental insurance can make the entire procedure much more affordable.
Dr. Braasch will explain all of your options in detail during the initial exam.
If you are having problems with your current dental implants, we can help fix or replace them.
Missing teeth do not just affect your smile. They may lead to the deterioration of your jaw bone. We provide dental implants as a permanent replacement for your missing teeth.
Dental Implants: A Permanent Replacement for Missing Teeth
Missing teeth change the way your smile looks, so it can affect your self-confidence. The effects, however, do not end with appearance. The lack of stimulation from the teeth may case your jaw bone to deteriorate. Aurora dental implants from our office is one of the best options.
Dental implants are not your only tooth replacement option—traditional dental bridges and dentures are also available. Implants, however, are the only replacement option that dentists can insert into your jaw bone. A reliable implant replaces the root and the crown of your tooth, so your jaw bone can remain intact and healthy. Aside from its strength, dental implants also look and feel like natural teeth.
Our general dentist Dr. Mark Braasch provides dental implants to improve your smile and, more importantly, improve your life. Apart from being a permanent tooth replacement, they may stabilize traditional dental bridges and dentures.
Call our office today for inquiries about dental implants in Aurora, Colorado. You may also fill out the short form.
The Benefits of Choosing Dental Implants in Aurora, CO
A Permanent Tooth Replacement
Some tooth replacements are uncomfortable and unstable or make it difficult to properly care for your remaining teeth. Dental implants are permanent, comfortable, and typically do not need to be replaced. Because the dental implant fuses with your jaw bone, it looks, feels, and is cared for like your natural teeth.
Replacing Multiple Teeth
What are dental implants and how effective are they? Dental implants can be used to replace individual teeth, or they can be used to stabilize an appliance such as a dental bridge or denture. Implant supported dentures are more comfortable and easier to care for than removable dentures. Further, because they are anchored to implants, they promote bone retention. If you are already experiencing some bone loss, All-on-4® implant dentures are a great way to stabilize your dentures without requiring a bone graft. With All-on-4®, your new teeth are anchored to four dental implants, which are implant dentist can place where the bone is strongest. If you are ready for a more stable, more comfortable tooth replacement option, contact Dr. Mark Braasch today.