Missing Teeth Affect Your Appearance and Your Quality of LifeDental Care of Baltimore, your dental implant dentists, can help.
Replace Missing Teeth with Dental Implants
Missing teeth can drastically change your appearance, affect your oral health, and decrease your quality of life. However, replacing them with dental implants can restore your confidence, boost your health, and improve your life. Dr. Evans serves as a dental implant dentist at Dental Care of Baltimore in Randallstown, MD. Contact our office today to restore your smile.
Tooth and Bone Loss Affect Your Appearance
The impact of missing teeth on your smile is obvious, but did you know that missing teeth leads to the deterioration of your jaw bone? Bone deterioration can alter the shape of your face and lead to further missing teeth. Dental implants replace the roots as well as the visible portions, or crowns, of your teeth. This allows implants to stimulate the jaw just like your natural teeth do, which keeps the bone from deteriorating.
Health and Functionality
Because missing teeth leave open spaces in your mouth, your teeth will shift over time, changing your bite for the worse. Teeth rely upon one another to remain in position. If a tooth is lost, it is the naturally tendency of the surrounding teeth to drift into that open space. This shifting of position negatively impacts your oral health in a number of ways. Replacing missing teeth as soon as possible is extremely important in order to prevent these complications.
Effects of Missing Teeth
- Shifting teeth
- Changes to your smile
- Changes to your bite
- Changes to your facial structure
- Risk of tooth decay and gum disease
- Bone loss and future tooth loss
Dental implants are an important step towards restoring your oral health. Permanently replace your missing teeth today.
Dr. George Evans Sr., Dr. Kira Evans, and Dr. George Evans Jr. are dental implant dentists at Dental Care of Baltimore in Randallstown, MD. Dental implants restore the beauty and functionality of your smile while improving your oral health. Contact Dental Care of Baltimore today to schedule your consultation.
We are currently accepting new patients and would love to help you take your smile to the next level. Call our Randallstown Office Northwest Hospital Professional Center New Patient Phone Number 443-426-4441 or Owings Mills Office LifeBridge Health at Foundry Row New Patient Phone Number 443-426-4368 to make an appointment.