Do you have one or more missing teeth? If the answer is yes, having missing teeth can greatly affect not only your self-confidence but make it difficult to eat or speak. At Summit Dental Group, Boise dental implants are often the most recommended restorative treatment option we offer for missing teeth. In fact, our Boise dentists love nothing more than transforming the lives of our patients by restoring the natural beauty of their smiles.
Boise Dental Implants
Boise dental implants are a wonderful, permanent option for anyone missing one or more teeth. No matter if a tooth was lost due to decay or injury, advancements in today’s dental technology makes dental implants a desirable option for nearly everyone with minimal disadvantages.
While traditional methods for replacing missing teeth like crowns, bridges, and dentures offer solutions, it’s important to understand they are more difficult to maintain and lose their effectiveness over time. Boise dental implants, on the other hand, deliver lasting, permanent results that restore the normal function of your mouth. Aside from feeling comfortable they also require minimal care and can be brushed and flossed like your natural teeth. No matter the location in your mouth, Boise dental implants can replace one or several teeth making it a highly recommended restorative dental treatment.
Not only do people with Boise dental implants look better, they feel better as well. While there is always a certain degree of risk that comes along with any type of oral surgery, the chances of developing an infection, nerve damage or sinus problems are extremely low with high success rates. Not only that but with proper care, dental implants can last you a lifetime!
The benefits of Boise tooth implants:
- Improved Appearance/Speech/Comfort
- Immediate Results
- Improved Self-Esteem
- Bone Retention
- Easier Eating
Summit Dental Group
If you are missing one or more teeth and would like to speak to a Boise dentist about dental implants, contact Summit Dental Group today at (208) 345 -.8962. We would be more than happy to evaluate your dental health, answer any questions you may have, and discuss your available treatment options.