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Miami dentist explains what tooth implants are made of

The loss of natural teeth can have a number of negative effects on patients' smiles. First, they will have a space or gap. This may cause them to be extremely self-conscious about their appearance. Second, they may experience shifting and movement of the other teeth within the arch, as the teeth leans into the space. Third, they may experience reduced chewing, biting, and speaking efficiency. Drs. Pasquier, of Miami Modern Dental, will strongly recommend that patients should address missing teeth as soon as possible to avoid further negative changes to their smile.

Drs. Pasquier have a number of restorative treatments available for patients who want to address missing natural teeth. Some of these include a partial denture, dental bridge, or tooth implant. Miami patients can use any one of these to improve their smile. However, in most cases, Drs. Pasquier will recommend permanent restorations such as dental implants.

Dental implants are metal cylinders that are surgically implanted into the patient's jawbone. They are restored with a dental crown on top to look and function like a natural tooth. These permanent restorations can last a patient's lifetime with proper care.

Many patients ask Dr. Pasquier what dental implants are made of. They are made of titanium, which is completely biocompatible with a patient's body. It will not rust, nor will it cause an allergic reaction. It will also be readily accepted by the body, and it can stimulate bone growth to hold the implant in place for decades.

Drs. Pasquier are proud to offer dental implants and other cosmetic dental restorations for patients who want to improve their smile after tooth loss or extraction. Whether a patient decides to undergo dental implants or cosmetic dentures, Drs. Pasquier will work with him or her through the course of treatment to provide the knowledge and experience needed to feel comfortable with his or her decision in regards future dental health.

If you are considering cosmetic dentistry, such as dental implants, now is the time to call Miami Modern Dental to learn more about how to improve your smile!

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