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3 Reasons To Invest In Dental Implants [BLOG]

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Now that tax season is over, it’s time to look toward investments you could make over the following year and which of them may offer you the best returns!
At Rod Gleave, DMD, in Salt Lake City, UT, we know of one investment you can make that will result in a healthier, happier life!

3 Reasons To Invest In Dental Implants

You really don’t have the option of letting empty spaces remain after you’ve lost one or more teeth. Your entire smile, as well as your oral and overall health, depend on replacing missing teeth.
Here are three reasons to invest in dental implants to help you bounce back after tooth loss!

Reason #1 – Your Long-Term Health Costs

*You Can Avoid Expensive Treatments*
Losing even one tooth, a problem that can easily be fixed, will turn into a big problem down the road if you don’t replace it.
That’s because a missing tooth takes the root with it, which is what your jawbone and gums needs to remain structurally sound and able to support your remaining teeth.
Implants save you the trouble and the money in the future by helping you avoid bone and gum deterioration, and more tooth loss.
*Your Nutrition Improves*
Raw, crunchy vegetables and lean protein are a big part of a healthy, nutritious diet. But tooth loss makes many foods like this nearly impossible to eat.
Implants secure to your own jawbone so you have the bite power to eat all the nutrient-rich foods your body needs for lasting health.

Reason #2 – Your Long Term Oral Health Costs

*Your Implants & Restorations Last*
Under the right professional supervision, your replacement teeth should last the rest of your life. With Dr. Gleave at the helm of your new and improved smile, you can trust you’re getting the best long-term solution that will preserve your oral health and save you the future costs of dental treatments down the road.
*Your Routines Don’t Have To Change*
A full set of replacement teeth have traditionally been limited to removable dentures, which require a complete change of your daily oral care routine.
You have to take them out and clean them thoroughly, which is quite a hassle.
Dental implants are covered by restorations that are kept clean by normal brushing and flossing for easy, convenient care!

Reason #3 – Your Long-Term Satisfaction With Your Smile

*Your Smile Will Look Great*
Maybe you’ve spent the last few months, or even years, avoiding people and activities that you used to enjoy. All because you feel ashamed or embarrassed about your smile!
Missing one tooth or several teeth will have the same effect on your self-esteem, which is why completing your smile with implants and natural-looking restorations can have such a positive impact on your appearance and your life!
*Your Confidence Will Soar*
It doesn’t matter if your amongst family and friends or whether you’re meeting someone for the first time, you want to feel confident.
An unhealthy, unattractive smile can make you feel many things, and confidence isn’t one of them!
In fact, it’s hard to even relax when you’re anxious or stressed about your teeth, no matter where you are, what you’re doing, or who you’re with!
On the other hand, your new smile with dental implants and restorations will make your confidence soar so you can enjoy any setting free from shame and worry about how you look.

Schedule An Appointment

You made it through another tax season, and now it’s time to think about the important financial investments you’ll make over the next year.
Which of them offer the kind of returns you read about in our blog today?
Our team at Rod Gleave, DMD, is willing to bet few of them would give you the kind of benefits dental implants can, especially when it comes to how you look and feel, physically and emotionally, for many tax seasons to come!
Call our Salt Lake City dental office at (801) 747-8531 or fill out our online form to request an appointment.

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