Summer is a wonderful time of year. With the longer daylight hours, you will have plenty of reasons to get out and about. Hopefully, you’ll get to eat and enjoy lots of delicious food in the months to come.
Whether you are trying a new restaurant, cooking at home, or getting together with family and friends on someone’s backyard, you should be able to eat the foods that you love.
Unfortunately, that can be difficult for anyone who is missing teeth or who has loose-fitting dentures. Trying to bite and chew shouldn’t be a hassle.
And it doesn’t have to be if you get dental implants from Smiles of Punta Gorda.
Your first step toward a healthier, stronger smile is calling 941-585-0424 to visit our Punta Gorda, FL dental office.
Eat & Be Merry
Eating should be enjoyable, at least that’s what most of our patients tell us. The trouble is many people who have lost teeth can’t bite or chew with the same kind of force that they once could.
By getting implant-supported dentures or bridges, you can rebuild your smile. You also can bring back the power in your bite. That means eating anything you would like without worry that your “teeth” will move around or that chewing will feel like a chore.
When you have implants to support your restorations, you are able to eat naturally and normally again. You also won’t need any adhesive to hold your teeth in place. That can make a difference in what you put on your plate at the next family cookout and in whether you feel comfortable speaking when you meet someone new. Implants will hold your restorations securely in position, so you don’t wonder when they might fall out.
Implants can help you feel like yourself again. You might be surprised at how much having secure teeth replacements can affect your daily life.
Stay In Control
Implants take the place of the roots missing and removed teeth. Like roots, implants are embedded directly in your jawbone. That holds them in place, and it creates a connection from your jaw to your replacement teeth.
That connection allows you to generate nearly as much power when you bite as someone with a full set of healthy teeth. From a practical standpoint, it’s the reason you can eat anything you want with your implant-supported dentures or bridge.
In effect, your implants anchor your new teeth in your mouth, so you don’t worry about losing them.
Create A Strong Smile
Dental implants can last for the rest of your life with proper care. Getting implants is an investment in your quality of life. They can improve your day-to-day experience, so you can spend more time enjoying the moment and less time worrying about what you can or can’t eat.