When Everything Else Is Going Wrong, Dental Implants are Right
How do you feel about the state of your oral health? Are you able to smile with confidence, or have numerous dental problems crept up over time, leaving you with a damaged smile?
There are many factors that impact your oral health, including your age, genetics, conditions like chronic teeth grinding, lifestyle habits like smoking, and lack of proper preventive care.
Missing and damaged teeth make it difficult or impossible to chew certain foods and make your face look drawn and tired. You probably don’t even want to open your mouth, much less smile. Dentists refer to this condition as terminal dentition, and you can learn more about it in this video:
Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants
Using state-of-the-art dental implants at Alpharetta Creek Restorative Dentistry, we have helped many of our patients regain comfortable tooth function. The first step is a consultation with Dr. Kai Liang so he can evaluate your needs.
In planning your treatment, he will check to see if there’s enough bone in your jaw for an implant, take photos and x-rays, and make molds of your teeth. Dr. Kai will discuss your options and develop a comprehensive treatment plan that includes removing damaged teeth, placing implants, creating temporary restorations, and installing your new teeth.
Improve Your Quality of Life
If you are used to living with a failing smile, you will be amazed at the way your new smile will not only transform your appearance but also restore your quality of life. With restored oral health, you will be able to:
- Enjoy all your favorite foods without discomfort
- Get rid of chronic bad breath
- Meet and interact with people confidently
- Feel better about yourself overall
Please Call Us for a Consultation
If damaged teeth and other oral health problems are impacting your ability to enjoy life, you owe it to yourself to learn more about implant dentistry at our Alpharetta, GA dental office. In fact, the only complaint our patients have is that they wish they would have taken the first step sooner!