Are missing teeth causing oral health and functional issues? Dental implants in Calgary give patients a great solution for an incomplete smile. Whether your tooth loss is a result of decay, gingivitis or injury, we’re here to help. Come to Northland Village Dental Centre for treatment when missing teeth leave you embarrassed or make chewing difficult. Our multilingual staff is ready to help you fill the gaps.
The Benefits of Dental Implants
Dental implants have a high success rate and are a popular option for people who want to replace missing teeth. These sturdy, long-lasting dental implants in Calgary can blend in naturally with existing teeth and effortlessly complete your smile. Additionally, implants are built to last.
Implants can also support partial or full dentures, and they make these prostheses more secure than ever before. Get dental implants to improve:
When your missing teeth make living a normal life difficult, get dental implants to restore functionality and comfort in your smile.
How Dental Implants Work
When you get dental implants in Calgary, our dentist will secure them tightly in your mouth for added stability. As opposed to regular dental crowns which fit over your existing teeth, dental implants represent a more permanent tooth replacement option. We anchor a titanium cylinder into your jaw to replace the missing tooth root, ensuring the crown stays in place for a long time.
Ways to Maintain Your Dental Implants
To prolong the lifespan of your implants, it is essential to keep them clean and free of bacteria. Below are some tips to follow at home:
• Use a high quality soft-bristle brush to clean your implants twice a day
• Use a less to non-abrasive toothpaste
• Choose a nylon coated brush to clean remote corners of your mouth
• Floss regularly with an implant-specific floss
Contact Our Office for an Appointment Today
We accept both new and existing patients at Northland Village Dental Centre. When you arrive, our team will help you determine if dental implants represent an effective solution for you. We’ll examine your bone density and gum health, as well as your existing teeth's condition and placement.