A Fresh Look For Spring

Spring is just around the corner, and before you know it, you’ll be attending weddings, graduations, and other events you will want to be photo-ready for. With broken or missing teeth, it is easy to feel self-conscious about your smile. Beyond appearance, diseased or damaged teeth can contribute to serious health issues, such as heart disease, stroke, anxiety, and depression. 

 

Dental implants are an excellent option to replace teeth that are not functioning properly or are missing entirely. To replace a missing tooth, a titanium post is secured in your jawbone. Once that has healed, a crown is placed on top of the post. The procedure itself causes little pain and post-operative pain is usually minimal. There is little downtime, so you can return to normal activity shortly after receiving your implant. 

 

Dr. Kiai and his team at Encino Dental Esthetics can help you determine if dental implants are right for you. 

 

Here are some of the many advantages of dental implants:

 

 

If you are looking for a long-lasting smile that you can be proud of, book a consultation appointment with Encino Dental Esthetics today!

 

Author
Kaivan Kiai DDS

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