Perhaps a tooth implant dentist won't really change your life. But you never know. Life can be oddly surprising like that. I remember the time I received a letter from my ex-fiancee inviting me to visit her in her remote island village. I traveled there only to discover that I had a daughter with her whom I never knew I had. And our daughter had been kidnapped by the locals, who were plotting to murder her in a sacrificial ritual in order to improve their harvests. And it was up to me to save her. Or maybe that was just a dream I had. Or maybe that was the plot of the 2006 film The Wicker Man
starring Nicholas Cage.
The ubiquity of terrible Hollywood box-office flops aside, there's very little we can consistently rely on in our modern lives. One thing that proves the rule, though, is a tooth implant dentist.
"Huh?" you may have ineloquently wondered to yourself as you read the title of this article. You immediately followed up your initial statement with a decidedly much more eloquent question: "How could a tooth implant dentist possibly change my life?"
Believe it, because it's true: A tooth implant dentist can absolutely change your life. We can make such a statement based on a few assumptions:
1. For whatever reason, you have lost (or are quickly losing) a tooth.
2. This problem is causing you pain, costing you a not-insignificant amount of self-esteem, and is putting your remaining teeth at risk to become tipped, crowded, or lost altogether.
3. You might not suffering from this condition, but a loved one in your life is.
If this describes your situation, you might consider dental implants. They are basically substitutes for the roots of your teeth, typically made of titanium and embedded into the bone of your jaw. These replacement roots then become the support framework upon which crowns, bridges, or dentures can find their anchorage.
A tooth implant dentist can help you determine whether or not you are a candidate for implants. Have you lost a tooth or teeth due to injury, disease or decay? Did you used to wear removable dentures, but now find them impractical or completely unwearable? Do you have enough bone to support the implant? Your tooth implant dentist
can help you answer these questions, and in the case of lack of bone deficiency, your dentist can advise you of ways to increase your bone mass safely and effectively.
Once you've undergone the procedure and made it through the healing process, you'll agree that your life has improved for the better. And it will have had nothing to do with The Wicker Man
. That movie's not improving anyone's life. (At least not the 2006 version; we've heard that the 1973 original is actually pretty good.)