Getting Dental Implants
It’s time to make an important decision about a big problem: how to prevent from feeling embarrassed about living with missing teeth. The solution? Dental implants with your dentist in Centennial, Dr. Kathleen Young.
Experience Teeth That Last for Life
In 98% of cases, dental implants have been found to last longer than any other type of restorative therapy. With proper oral hygiene and maintenance, your implants could last for the rest of your life.
Options for Every Smile
It doesn’t matter if you’re missing a single tooth at the front of your smile, or all of the teeth in your mouth have been pulled…dental implants can support anything from an individual porcelain crown to a full mouth denture. They offer lasting support without interfering with the health or structure of neighboring teeth.
Strengthen Your Bite
Dental implants are made of a unique material that actually encourages your jaw to create new bone structure. This process is called osseointegration. It’s what permanently fixes your implant into place, making it stronger than even the healthiest natural tooth! Additional bone support enhances your facial profile and reinforces the stability of neighboring teeth.
Implants with Our Dentist
At Young Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Kathleen Young works closely with you to decide the best option for dental implant therapy. We are able to provide a variety of restorative services and guide you through the process. After your implants have been placed, we can customize what your crown, bridge, or denture will look like…so that it can blend in with your overall smile.
A Smart Investment
When you replace your missing teeth, you want your new smile to last as long as possible. Implants are the best solution. You may feel like they aren’t worth the slightly bigger investment at first, but you can actually save money over time because of the fact that implants usually do not need to be replaced.
As crowns or bridges may gradually wear out, the implants underneath continue to hold strong. When healthy teeth under a bridge may decay or weaken, they may have to be extracted and then replaced with a partial denture, longer bridge, or implants. This can lead to the overall costs of treatment for non-implant therapy being more expensive than getting implants to begin with.