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For many people, dealing with missing or damaged teeth can be a really hard experience. That is why dental implants in Berkeley, CA, should be considered when looking for a permanent tooth restoration treatment.
When people have a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth, self-esteem can suffer, and it can be harder to eat the foods they love or smile with confidence. Oral health problems can occur from missing teeth as well, such as remaining teeth moving out of alignment and the onset of progressive jawbone atrophy, which can cause people to appear older than they are.
When these problems occur, what treatment can patient’s quality for? Fortunately, there are several remedies for this issue that a trusted dentist can recommend, including dental implants. Since dental implants in Berkeley, CA solve these problems and have many other incredible benefits, they are the preferred tooth restoration solution for broken, failing, or missing teeth.
In general, dental implants are a type of artificial tooth, generally made from titanium, that are placed into the jawbone where they replace teeth that are missing or have been damaged.
Dental implants are increasingly becoming the “gold standard” for dental restoration procedures. They offer a number of benefits, such as:
- They are more durable and longer lasting.
- They are easier to repair or replace if they fail.
- They provide a natural appearance that is less likely to need cosmetic work.
- They can be used in both primary and permanent teeth.
Dental implants in Berkeley, CA are certainly a versatile permanent tooth restoration solution to missing or damaged teeth.
Our trusted doctor can place your dental implants for you. Get in contact with doctor, Dr. Keith Chertok, at our Berkeley, CA office to schedule an appointment today!
Keith Chertok, DDS2620 Ashby Avenue, Suite 101Berkeley, CA 94705Contact UsCurrent Patients: (510) 548-0150New Patients : (510) 327-3240Fax: (510) 548-0156Email: firstname.lastname@example.org