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Published on: 16 Jan 2017 by karencole
Psychologically speaking, missing teeth can drastically impact a person’s life. Not just how they feel about themselves, but how others view you as well. It can alter your self-consciousness, confidence, and even your career.
They say that people with healthier, beautiful smiles are usually more likely to have a higher paying job, get that next big promotion, have more friends, and make better impressions.
What do Implants Have to Do With It?
Unfortunately, one of the biggest problems regarding your smile-induced confidence can come from missing teeth. Replacing them isn’t always on the top of everyone’s list, and it might not be until other problems develop that someone wants to get a new tooth.
With dental implants, you can enjoy the most lifelike replacement tooth available in modern dentistry. Unlike a removable prosthesis such as a denture, or bridge that requires you to drill down healthy teeth, an implant stands independently from the rest of your smile, just like a real tooth.
It’s Like Having Real Teeth All Over Again
Your dental implants are easy to care for, and no one will ever have to know that you had missing teeth to begin with. They never slip out of place or come loose when you’re laughing or starting up a conversation. Even if you need to make a great impression on a first date, your secret is safe!
In fact, you can use dental implants to replace anywhere from one tooth to all of them. As long as you’re healthy and a candidate for the treatment, your options are limitless.
Missing Teeth? Look for These Changes
If you already have missing teeth, it’s time to ask yourself if you are experiencing any of the following:
· Avoiding having your picture made, or always offering to be the one taking the picture instead of standing in it with your friends
· Trying to refrain from smiling or laughing in front of other people without turning your head away
· Avoiding situations that involve meeting new people, or talking to others in social settings
· Your family has made remarks about the way your teeth look
· You dislike how you look in the mirror.
· The rest of your teeth are starting to shift out of place, since your other teeth have been missing.
· You feel like you can’t enjoy the foods that you used to.
Your smile is one of the very first things people will see. If you’re subconsciously hiding it, you could be making the wrong type of impression of being shy, rude, or stand-offish when you really aren’t. Ask your dentist how implants can help!
There is no other option available in dentistry that can give you the confidence and comfort that is possible with dental implants. Plus, you can feel confident knowing that when you care for them, your new teeth can last for the rest of your life.
You owe it to yourself to change your outlook on yourself, your career, and your friendships. Ask your dentist if implants are right for you!