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Do Dental Implants Give Your Face a Younger Look?
Posted on 11/20/2019 by Dr. Shiotsu
We all do not like looking older than we actually are, and the face can tell people a lot about our age. One thing that is often overlooked when considering your appearance is your teeth. The teeth play a vital role in not only keeping us healthy but also keeping our face look young. Besides a beautiful smile, dental implants can also work to make your face look younger in other ways. Ways Dental Implants Make You Look YoungerTo understand how dental implants can make you look younger, it is important to highlight the effects missing teeth can have on your jaw. The jawline is important not only because of appearance, but also because of what creates it. Your jawline is created by the shape of your jawbone underneath the skin. Missing teeth can cause detrimental effects to the jawbone. The jawbone believes in the old adage, “If you don't use it, you lose it,” and the way your jaw gets use is through your teeth. When missing a tooth, that area of your jawbone does not get as much use as other parts of the jawbone where teeth still exist. After a while of having a missing tooth or teeth, your jaw begins to deteriorate and lose bone structure at the empty site in the gum. This in turn will cause your jaw line to become weak and may give your face an older appearance. By implementing dental implants, we can save the jaw from deterioration. The implementation of dental implants stimulates bone growth in the jaw and stops the jaw from deteriorating over time. Dental implants will not only save your appearance, though—they could save you from other oral complications later on. Without teeth, your gums are more susceptible to disease, and this could cause many more problems if not taken care of. If you are considering dental implants or having missing teeth, we can offer our services for you. Give us a call today and we will be happy to further discuss the benefits of dental implants or schedule a consultation....
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11/20/2019
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11/10/2019
Difference Between a Partial Denture and a Bridge
10/20/2019
Can One Dental Implant Make That Much of a Difference?
10/10/2019
Sticky Foods Can Lead to Wiggling Dentures
9/20/2019
What Happens if You Wear Poorly Fitting Dentures?
9/10/2019
Is Dental Bonding the Right Solution for Your Dental Needs?
8/25/2019
How One Tooth Can Provide Additional Denture Stability
8/15/2019
Who Needs to Look into Overdentures?
7/20/2019
Situations Where a Root Canal is All That Can Save Your Tooth
7/10/2019
Signs You Need an Upgraded Denture
6/20/2019
Problems If Your Dentures Begin to Dry Out
6/10/2019
Partial Dentures Can Keep Your Oral Health Strong
5/20/2019
Options to Correct a Tooth with a Chip Missing
5/10/2019
Signs You Need a New Set of Dentures
4/20/2019
What is Gum Tissue Conditioning?
4/10/2019
Should You Get a Partial Denture to Help with Your Missing Teeth?
3/20/2019
Protecting Your Dental Bonding is What Helps Them Last the Longest
3/10/2019
Rules About Caring for Dentures Each Day
2/20/2019
Reasons You May Lose a Dental Crown
2/10/2019
How Do Antidepressants Impact Dental Implants?
1/20/2019
Foods to Avoid When Getting Used to Dentures
1/10/2019
How to Manage a Tooth with a Missing Crown Until It Can Get Repaired
12/25/2018
How to Make a Crown Last
12/15/2018
Signs You Need a New Set of Dentures
11/25/2018
What to Know to Help Make Caring for a Senior's Teeth Easier
11/15/2018
Have You Struggled with Denture Sores?
10/25/2018
Denture Pain Does Not Have To Rule Your Day
10/15/2018
Dental Veneers Can Give You a Confidence Boost
9/25/2018
Dangers of Ill-Fitting Dentures
9/15/2018
How Adhesives Hold Dentures In Place
8/23/2018
Extractions Can Change How Your Dentures Fit
8/13/2018
Learning to Speak Is Difficult with New Dentures
7/20/2018
How a Partial Denture Can Save Your Oral Health
7/10/2018
How to Help Your Mouth Adjust to Eating with Dentures
6/25/2018
What Exactly Is a Denture Sore?
6/15/2018
How Custom Dentures Are Able to Improve Your Oral Health
5/25/2018
How Bruxism Affects Dentures
5/15/2018
How Long Does it Take to Eat Regularly After Implants Are Placed?
4/20/2018
What to Do with Your Dentures When You Take Them Out
4/10/2018
Top 3 Benefits of Turning to Implants to Replace Missing Teeth
3/23/2018
Reasons a Partial May Be Just What You Need
3/13/2018
Exercise After Dental Implant Surgery Needs to Wait
2/23/2018
Best Filling Options for Cavities Between the Teeth
2/13/2018
Are Standard Dentures a Good Fit for Anyone?
1/25/2018
Can a Dental Crown Last the Rest of Your Life?
1/15/2018
Signs It Is Time For a Denture Upgrade
12/23/2017
Why Your Dentures May Be Painful to Wear at First
12/13/2017
Is Soaking Your Dentures Enough?
11/27/2017
How Often Do Dentures Need Refitting?
11/17/2017
When You Shouldn't Use a Partial Denture
10/25/2017
What to Do When Teeth Cannot Get Crowns
10/15/2017
Benefits of Having Implant Supported Dentures
9/30/2017
Benefits of Getting a Mouth Guard
9/20/2017
Lasers May Be One of The Most Effective Bacteria Killers Ever
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Keep Your Dentures Snug - Tips and Tricks
8/15/2017
Preventing Pain from Dentures
7/30/2017
How to Prolong the Life of Dental Crowns
7/23/2017
Tips to Make Learning to Use Dentures Easier
6/30/2017
How to Brush Your Partial Denture to Keep It Clean
6/20/2017
How Long Does It Take to Adjust to New Dentures?
5/30/2017
How Do Denture Creams Hold Dentures Still?
5/20/2017
Why Do You Need a Temporary Crown Before a Permanent One?
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Why Dentures Often Lead to Bad Breath
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