Eating food is one of the building blocks that keep humans alive. Without food, we wouldn’t survive. If you are feeling pain and struggling through every meal, something needs to be done. Eating is not only necessary but should also be enjoyable, a time when your busy life slows down so you can reenergize your body with the fuel it needs to keep on going.
We are here at Total Dental Care to tell you that you don’t have to live this way! We can fix your teeth so that you won’t have a hard time chewing anymore. You will no longer have to think about what side of your mouth to chew on because of missing teeth, or which teeth give you problems when eating. With our amazing dental implants and implant-retained dentures, your smile will look beautiful, and you will never be restricted to certain foods. You will be able to eat whatever you want after having implants placed at Total Dental Care!
Dental Implants: Healthily Replacing Damaged Or Missing Teeth
If you have lost teeth or have teeth that are damaged beyond repair, you undoubtedly have trouble chewing. More than likely, you have been relegated to eating certain types of food. You can replace these damaged or missing teeth with fantastically functional and healthy dental implants!
If you are looking to have your full mouth restored with traditional dental implants, we have you covered at Total Dental Care! We also have options for people who want dental implants because of the health benefits but don’t need their full mouth restored.
Mini Dental Implants
Mini dental implants are perfect for people who have lost bone in their jaw due to gum disease or missing teeth. The reason mini implants work for people with less bone is because the implants are smaller, which means they don’t need as much bone to be placed as traditional, full-sized implants do.
Some of you may be looking for an implant option that is easier on your bank account. That is one of the reasons we offer implant-retained dentures. Implant-retained dentures are traditional dentures with a twist. Instead of being held in your mouth with a denture adhesive, your dentures will be held firmly in place by several dental implants.