Replacing Missing Teeth

What's So Bad About Losing a Tooth?

No matter how you've lost a tooth – gum disease, decay, accident, or other trauma – you need to recognize that without a restoration you will eventually develop a variety of other difficulties, some quite severe. The loss of even one tooth can allow your other teeth to move and, thus, change the way you absorb nutrients from your food. You may experience weight gain from favoring softer carbohydrates, develop a sunken or wrinkled facial appearance, or even undergo an unwanted change in your speech patterns. At Sheron Dental we offer a solution that, in many cases, can restore all your missing teeth. Created to blend with your remaining teeth, dental implants look so natural that at first glance even a dentist has difficulty seeing the difference.

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