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Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants from VIP Dentistry

August 9, 2012

A complete smile is a precious thing. Just consider how the underlying structure of your smile can change with the loss of one or more teeth: First, the part of your jaw that used to be in contact with your now-missing tooth root will begin to atrophy. Then, as it weakens, surrounding teeth are put in danger until, finally, more teeth are lost, negatively impacting your smile’s functionality and appearance.

Traditional restorative options—like traditional bridges, partials, and full dentures—can return some of what you’ve lost, but none of these replaces your missing tooth roots, which are essential to really giving you back the smile you once had.

That’s why Dr. Alex Martin offers dental implants at his Scottsdale dental office. With dental implants, Dr. Martin can help you replace your missing teeth and your missing tooth roots, providing permanent results that will improve your quality of life and your self-confidence.

But to restore your smile with dental implants, you have to be a candidate for the dental implant process. The entire implant process can be completed in two stages. During the first stage, your doctor will place your dental implant posts. Then, after your jaw and your implant posts have had time to bond, your procedure can be finished with the restoration stage. During the restoration stage, your bridge, partial, or full denture will be attached, completing your new smile.

Are you ready to find out if you’re a candidate for dental implants? Dr. Martin would be happy to meet with you. With a simple consultation appointment at our Scottsdale office we can help you determine if dental implants are really the right choice for you.

Call us today! We serve patients from Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, and beyond.

 

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