If you have missing or damaged teeth, you may be looking for a solution that lasts. While dentures and bridges serve a helpful purpose in certain cases, there is a more permanent, long-term answer available at Liberty.
If you have missing or damaged teeth, you are not alone. Studies say that 69% of adults aged 35-44 have lost one or more of their permanent teeth. With many tooth replacement options available in today’s modern dental practices, the Liberty team loves the advantages provided by Dental Implants.
Dental implants continue to grow in popularity as the most effective long-term treatment for tooth loss. With no age limit on treatment, more than half a million people get one or more dental implants every year. The Liberty team helps many patients every year restore their smile with beautiful implants.
Do you hide your smile because you are missing one or more teeth? You are not alone. Studies say that two-thirds of adults find themselves in the same situation. Missing teeth not only impacts your self-confidence and overall appearance, but can also lead to jawbone loss and other serious health issues over time.
Maybe you’ve seen commercials, magazine articles, or Facebook posts about the amazing benefits of dental implants. Dental implants have really changed the face of dentistry and patients are reaping the results. While unsecured dentures serve a helpful purpose in some cases, modern dental implants provide a long-term solution to replacing a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth.
Do you get frustrated with your dentures? As any denture wearer knows, dentures provide a helpful replacement for missing teeth, but they come with challenges.
Driven by our passion to provide the very best care for our patients, we are now using L-PRF™ at Liberty to help patients experience naturally better healing after surgery. This new therapy uses concentrated platelets and other key blood cells already in your body to enhance the healing process.
Nearly 7 in 10 adults aged 35-44 have lost at least one tooth. Missing teeth may not only be embarrassing, but can also lead to greater oral health issues. For years, the prevailing option was some form of dentures. Today, we have the opportunity for long-term tooth replacement with beautiful Dental Implants.