Smile & Eat Naturally With Dental Implants
Your oral health is important. It affects your overall health, and it can affect your quality of life.
At Black Diamond Dentistry, we have seen and heard from countless patients about their struggles with missing teeth or loose-fitting dentures. We want you to have teeth replacements that help you feel like yourself and restore the full function of your missing teeth.
To find out more about implants, start by scheduling a consultation with Dr. Yancy Sipes. Call 360-284-7647 to reach our office in Black Diamond, WA.
Enjoy The Simple Things
Imagine arriving for a party. It could be a reunion of some kind, an anniversary celebration, or a wedding of one of your relatives.
You don’t hesitate to say hi to old friends or to introduce yourself to new people. You are confident that your replacement teeth look natural, and just as importantly, you are certain they won’t be moving around when you talk to people.
You pose for a few pictures, which are likely to end up on social media in a matter of minutes. You smile naturally, and you show off your new teeth.
When it’s time to eat, you don’t have any worries. You add chicken, carrots, and cauliflower, to your plate. You are confident that whatever you choose, you will be able to bite and chew without any issues.
Getting implants has helped you regain the appearance of your smile along with the function of a full set of healthy teeth. In a sense, it’s surprising how much they feel like the real thing.
Take Advantage Of What Implants Do
Modern dental implants were designed to take the place of roots of lost or missing teeth. By getting implants you can anchor your dental restorations securely in place. Restorations include crowns, bridges, and dentures. In other words, whether you are missing one tooth, multiple teeth, or all your teeth, implants can give you back more than just your smile.
With implants, you are able to replicate the stimulation roots provide to your jawbone. This is necessary to maintain your healthy jaw. When someone bites or chews, their roots press into the jawbone. The jaw responds to that pressure by making new bone tissue. Implants reproduce this stimulation. This prevents the bone loss that can occur if teeth are not replaced or if they are replaced with traditional bridges or dentures.
Studies also show that people with implants can bite down with nearly as much force as people who still have all their teeth. From a practical standpoint, that explains why you can eat anything you want with your implant-supported teeth replacements.
Don’t Wait Any Longer
You deserve to have a healthy, natural-looking, and strong smile. With dental implants, your new “teeth” can look, feel, and function like the real thing.