Don’t let missing teeth hold you back from living the life you dream. Often missing teeth can cause low self esteem, and even serious health concerns. Missing teeth can deteriorate the structure of the jaw bone, causing teeth to shift, creating more complicated and costly dental concerns. Missing teeth can also lead to periodontal disease and infection, sensitivity, and can become increasingly painful and difficult to live with.
If you are missing teeth it is important to get restorative dental work as soon as possible.Bethesda, MD dentist Dr. Eskow will work with you to build a personal treatment plan, recommending the most appropriate dental implant treatment option to restore function. After assessing your dental and overall physical health, Dr. Eskow will discuss all aspects of the dental implant process so you can make an informed decision that fits your budget and starts you on your journey towards rebuilding your smile- and your confidence.
So close to the real thing, no one will ever know you had a missing tooth.
Dental implants are a permanent solution with an over 90% success rate among current patients. If you’re looking for a long term, lasting investment that requires no more maintenance than your natural teeth, then dental implants are your solution. Dental implants can help to maintain the health of your remaining natural teeth by retaining healthy bone structure in the jaw, and reducing the risk of gum disease.
Though more costly than more traditional options up front, dental implants are a permanent investment in your long term overall well being and quality of life. Bethesda Dental Implant Center believes in the importance of feeling good, and staying healthy. Don’t be discouraged by a high price tag. Drs. Eskow recommends that you schedule a consultation and come in to discuss your options. There are a number of different financing plans and Bethesda Dental Implant Center will work with you to make sure you get the treatment you need.
Schedule a consultation visit today in our Bethesda dentist office with Dr. Roy or Dr. Adam Eskow.
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