Monday, October 5, 2015

Retired and Still Working? Fix Your Smile and Look Years Younger

Are you one of those few retirees who can’t get 8 to 5 out of their system? Well, you will need to put a little more effort on your look. Besides altering your hairdo, changing your choice of glasses or doing a wardrobe overhaul, you got to put on a healthy smile to appear as confident, fresh and young as possible. We mean nobody likes gnarly, stained old teeth, right?

There are many ways a cosmetic dentist can get your teeth fixed. Veneers can change the shape and appearance of your smile zone. Whitening treatments can help you achieve a pearly smile once more. But if your problem is missing teeth and you’d like a longer-lasting alternative to bridgeworks or dentures, then, consider getting dental implants.
Basically, dental implantation involves screwing a titanium rod into the jawbone through surgery (with anesthesia or sedation). A crown, one that closely matches the natural tooth, is then attached in place of the missing tooth. The entire procedure usually takes between 3-6 months, depending on the location of the missing tooth, as the implant needs to bond with the bone.
Aside from providing long term patch to that gap in your smile, you can also maintain an implant just like your natural teeth; no medications or periodic readjustments whatsoever. If you wish to learn more about it, visit a local Orange County clinic near you with a qualified oral surgeon.

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