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Will dental implants affect how I eat?


Posted on 6/5/2023 by Pacific Oral and Facial Surgery Center
Will dental implants affect how I eat?Dental implants are an effective treatment solution for missing or lost teeth. Gaps in your mouth can be a hindrance to a bright smile, and that is why our dentists endeavor to provide the most appropriate solutions that will enable you to have a perfect smile. With dental implants, you will have a solution that resembles your natural tooth both in look and functionality. Dental implants are screwed into your gum tissue, with a metal root that acts as the root of your natural tooth. Our dentists are highly skilled to provide this treatment solution for your optimal dental condition.

You will use implants as you would your natural teeth


When you get dental implants, you will have artificial teeth that act or resemble your natural teeth. You will be able to bite chew and grind food just in the same way you would with natural teeth. There is minimal likelihood of the dental implants falling off while you are at the dinner table. That is why many patients and dentists alike prefer dental implants.

Brush and Floss to Properly Maintain Your Dental Implants


When you get your dental implants, you will be needed to continue with regular dental routines such as brushing and flossing to maintain pristine dental health. This will prevent infections from developing around the dental implants. Failure to maintain dental hygiene can lead to gum infections which can weaken the stability of the implants.

Visit our Practice For Top Quality Dental Care


Call our dental facility for effective treatment including dental implant treatment. We have a team of dental specialists that are focused on restoring your oral health. We will work to ensure that you find the effective solution needed for your best oral condition.
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