Dental implants in Saskatoon
Your teeth are an aspect of many facets of your life—eating, speaking, first visual impressions and how they fit into and support your overall facial structure. When teeth are missing, jawbone structure is affected by bone loss, called "resorption." Your face will age as sagging skin creates more wrinkles around your mouth. Dental implants act like natural tooth roots, keeping your jawbone healthy and strong, and preserving a more youthful appearance.
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Replacing a tooth starts with calling one of our doctors ➤To the right you will find a short list of experienced dentists that are experts in placing Nobel Biocare dental implants. Call one, setup an appointment, and find out if a dental implant is the best option to fill in that missing tooth.
The right Saskatoon dentistSome people are born missing an adult tooth only to be discovered years later. Other people may unfortunately lose a tooth. Damaging or losing a tooth is inconvenient, sometimes frightening, but always a traumatic experience. There may be numerous reasons for this happening, such as an accident, illness or insufficient care, but rest assured your dental provider has a solution for you.
More than a smileOur teeth play an important role in our daily life. An attractive, natural-looking smile is seen as a symbol of vibrancy and health, and a set of functioning teeth lets us enjoy the foods we love. Our teeth help us feel confident at work, and they allow us to stay healthy and active as we age.
Unseen doesn't mean unnecessaryEveryone wants an attractive, natural-looking smile. That's why most people repair or replace a missing front tooth immediately. But when the tooth is in the back of the mouth, some may wish to delay taking care of it for a more convenient time. Unfortunately, all teeth play a significant role in our health, appearance, and daily life.
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