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Looking for a Permanent Solution to Tooth Loss?

July 25, 2020
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Posted By: Michael Aiello, DDS Team
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Tooth loss can impact several areas of your life—everything from the way you feel emotionally to the foods you choose to eat. At Michael Aiello, DDS, your Clinton Township dentist can restore your smile and its function with a variety of tooth replacement options. But for those looking for a permanent solution, we do recommend dental implants.

Dental Implants in Clinton Township, MI

Dental implants are the only choice if you’re looking to replace the entire anatomy of your lost tooth—from root to crown.

Unlike other tooth replacement options, dental implants do not require special maintenance, relines, or adhesives. Once they are affixed, you simply care for them the same way you do your natural teeth:

  • Visit your dentist regularly for dental exams and teeth cleanings.
  • Brush and floss at least twice each day.
  • Never use your implants—or your teeth—to twist off caps or other related tasks.

How Dental Implants Work

Your dentist evaluates you to make sure dental implants are a safe and viable option. If dental implants are right for you, we schedule your placement.

Dental implants are small prosthetic tooth roots made from durable titanium. They are implanted surgically and fuse with your jawbone across several months. When integration is complete, your dentist supplies a replacement tooth, which is called a dental crown.

For patients with multiple missing teeth, our dentist may suggest an implant-anchored prosthetic—multiple replacement teeth on an arch. Dental implants are durable enough—usually less than six—to support your new smile.

With proper care, your dental implants can last decades or even for life.

Contact Our Team for Dental Implants in Clinton Township, MI

If you’re looking for a more permanent solution to tooth loss, or if you’re ready to schedule a consultation for dental implants, contact a member of our team today.

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