Who Should Get Dental Implants?
If you’re missing teeth, you know how eating and talking can be more difficult…
If that’s not bad enough, missing teeth can sometimes cause you to lose bone in your jaw.1
“The most common cause of bone loss is tooth loss left unreplaced, especially multiple teeth.” says Dr. of Dental Surgery Joel Henriod.1
Thanks to technology advancements, dental implants have become a reliable and pain-free way to treat missing teeth.
How Dental Implants Can Help You
- Give you a healthier, younger appearance
- Support your jawline and facial structure
- Reduce the risk of cavities 2
- Improve your confidence
- Assist you when eating and talking
- Give you long-lasting support and results
And the best part about dental implants is that you don’t have to deal with the annoyances of dentures. (No more soaking overnight and waking up to a toothless grin!)
Now you can enjoy the confidence that comes with a beautiful smile 24 hours a day.
Dental Tech Breakthroughs Disrupt Implant Prices
If you started looking into implants a few years ago, you might remember them being expensive…Sometimes dentists charged you close to $2,500 per tooth! That all changed a few years ago when a new dental implant technology revolutionized the industry.
A dentist by the name of Dr. Niznick had a crazy idea: get affordable implants to the people who need them. He redesigned the entire implant – from the stock abutment, impression analog, and cover screw3 – to create one that only costs a few hundred dollars.
After Dr. Niznick’s breakthrough, other companies struggled to sell their expensive implants so they lowered their prices too! Now you can enjoy the fruits of Dr. Niznick’s labor and get the smile you’ve always dreamed of.
These Ain’t Your Granddaddy’s Implants
When you think of dental implants you might think “weird looking fake teeth”…Nobody wants to walk around looking like George Washington… Yikes!
Technology breakthroughs haven’t only driven down the price of dental implants, today’s dental implants look even better too. There’s no weird looking metal. Today’s implants look exactly like natural teeth because they’re now made from porcelain, ceramic, resin, and silica.
Won’t your smile look weird though?