Losing a tooth can have a significant effect on your dental health, general health, and quality of life. Tooth loss has been associated with bone loss in the jaw, an increased risk of malocclusions, and decreased self-confidence. Tooth loss has also been linked to cognitive decline, dementia, and other serious health problems. If you have lost a tooth, we might recommend doing dental implants.
They can be used to replace teeth that have been lost due to decay, gum disease, dental trauma, and other dental problems. If you have lost a tooth, have otherwise good dental health, and are healthy enough to undergo routine dental surgery, you might be a candidate for dental implants.