Evaluating Your Professional Options for Care
Millions of people throughout the world now have a better quality of life because of dental implants. Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that preserves bone and doesn’t compromise the health of adjacent teeth — and they can potentially last a lifetime. Implants are today’s preferred choice for restoring your natural smile with replacements that look, feel and function like natural teeth.
In Part One of our series we discussed the problems that follow tooth loss — the loss of alveolar (tooth-supporting) bone, changes to the face and jaws — and the subsequent impact on personal and social well-being. Maintaining alveolar bone is necessary for proper tooth replacement with dental implants, which are state of the art dentistry. We also considered other tooth replacement alternatives and why implants, long term, are the most cost effective.
In Part Two, we’ll discuss the most suitable dental health professionals for both placing implants and fabricating the teeth that attach to them. We’ll also give advice on where to go — and why, as well as when and how to make these important choices.
Choosing the Right Dental Team for Successful Implant Treatment
What are the advantages of a team approach? Think of it this way: an experienced dental team is like a well-rehearsed and experienced orchestra — though each individual knows his particular instrument well, when they all play together in harmony with the other members of the orchestra, the end result is beautiful music
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