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Missing Teeth? 3 Ways You’ll Benefit From Dental Implants May 4, 2016

Anchorage, Anchorage County
Missing Teeth? 3 Ways You’ll Benefit From Dental Implants, Anchorage, Alaska

Are you suffering from tooth loss? Would you like to get your teeth replaced? Talk to your dentist at Family First Dentistry to see if you could be a candidate for dental implants. You'll find out how these artificial tooth roots can restore your smile to its original condition.

If you aren't sure if dental implants are right for you, check out these three benefits from the Anchorage dental practice:

  • Replace Missing Teeth: Whether you lost a tooth from an accident or had to have one pulled, dental implants provide you with an opportunity to enjoy a full set of teeth for years to come—keeping your smile bright and your jaw bone intact.
  • Dental ImplantsPrevent Bone Loss: Unfortunately, losing a tooth can result in bone loss in your jaw, which could lead to a host of other problems, like periodontitis. To prevent this, visit Family First Dentistry. They'll inspect your mouth, assess your situation, and explain your options. If you get dental implants, you'll be able to stop bone loss before it causes larger issues.
  • Protect Your Smile: Another reason you might get dental implants is to protect your smile. As you grow older, your teeth become more and more susceptible to decay and loss. If you think your only hope is dentures, drop by Family First Dentistry for an appointment. They're more than happy to help you find a comfortable and long-lasting solution.

To discover all the ways you can benefit from dental implants, call Family First Dentistry at (907) 562-2820 today. Visit them online for a full list of general and cosmetic dentistry services, and don't forget to like them on Facebook to receive more tips from your Anchorage dentist.

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