A More Permanent Fix: Brentwood Dental Implants
Many people are embarrassed about their smile and have stayed away from the dentist for years for fear of being judged, or confronting the problems that they have let build up over the years. When a tooth is lost or becomes severely decayed, it is important to remember two things.
Firstly, teeth decaying and falling out happens. It just does. We see many patients on a daily basis and one thing we know is that missing teeth are nothing to be embarrassed about or ashamed of.
Secondly, it is very important to fix things as soon as possible. We all know how it feels to put something off because it is difficult, because we are scared, or because we don’t know how to solve the problem. If the problem is left unchecked, missing teeth can cause all sorts of problems further down the line.
Many people are afraid to go see the dentist because they are afraid it will cost them a lot of money to fix their problems. What many people neglect to factor into their decision making process, is that the longer a problem is left in dentistry the more difficult and costly it becomes to solve. While cost is always a factor in any decision, especially involving your health, what patients must also ask themselves is if they can afford to wait and do nothing, after all what price can you put on your health? Luckily not all solutions are expensive and we have a range of affordable solutions including dental implants in Brentwood.
Together Dental Brentwood Dental Implants
At Together Dental Brentwood, we are good at listening. We won’t judge and we are able to give you all the information you need about your mouth and what can be done to fix any problems you are having. We have a friendly and highly trained team who can not only diagnose your problem, but give you a while range of solutions to fit your lifestyle, dental goals and budget.
At our practice in Brentwood, dental implants are becoming a more and more popular solution for the problem of a missing tooth or several missing teeth. Why? Because they have been developed over a number of years and are now made from materials which mimic your lost teeth.