My Teeth and Gums
Oral health is an important part of overall health and neglecting your teeth and gums can lead to bigger health problems over time. The good news is there are ways to prevent, and in some cases reverse, the damage that poor oral hygiene can cause. Brushing twice a day, flossing, and regularly seeing a dentist are all ways to maintain a healthy mouth.
But what happens when teeth and gums become unhealthy? If not treated, an unhealthy mouth can lead to gingivitis, periodontitis, cavities and advanced tooth decay. The longer you wait for treatment, the higher the likelihood you may experience gum recession, and tooth loosening or loss.
The good news is that treatment and prevention can improve and restore your oral health. And, if you have already experienced tooth damage or loss, TeethToday dental implants may the perfect solution to get you smiling again.
Every surgical procedure carries potential risks. You should always consult with a dental professional prior to treatment. Potential risk factors may vary depending on medical or other conditions of each patient. The possibility of immediate placement and the use of a prosthetic tooth depends on many factors, such as bone presence and quality, dental history, implant location, and availability of the final restoration. Your clinician will fully describe the possible scenarios to you during consultation prior to surgery. Every surgical procedure carries potential risks. Consult your clinician to find out if dental implants are right for you.