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Getting Dental Implants? Here's What You Can Expect

August 28, 2019
Posted By: Amy S. Au, DDS
dental implants | berkeley ca

Choosing a dental implant to replace a missing tooth is a big step.  But you feel confident because your Berkeley dental implants dentist explained the process in detail, and now you're excited to see your new replacement tooth. 

You have all the information you need, but what happens after your dental implant is in place? Your replacement tooth will look great and function well, but what are some of the other benefits? 

  • Improved appearance – One or more missing teeth can make you feel self-conscious and cause others to make unfair judgments about you. With a dental implant, you’ll have a functional tooth that also looks natural and complements your smile. 
  • Increased confidence – It can be embarrassing to smile when you have missing teeth, which takes a toll on your self-esteem. With dental implants, smile proudly knowing you have a whole and healthy smile. 
  • Improved fit for dentures – Dentures that are held in place with dental implants feel comfortable and secure in your mouth. If you have older dentures that shift and move, you will be amazed at the difference that holding them in place with dental implants can make! Your dentures are stable and secure, and you don’t have to worry that they will slip or move when you’re with others.

Discover the Dental Implants Difference

When you first get your implants, you will love the look of your smile because the gaps are gone. But over time, we think you’ll see that getting dental implants in Berkeley, CA can be a life-altering decision!

Would you like some more information about dental implants? Our dentists and specialists would welcome the opportunity to talk to you about your goals, answer your questions, and explain the process in detail. Please call Berkeley Prosthodontics and General Dentistry to schedule a convenient appointment.

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