Common Dental Implant Myths
Insecure about a missing tooth? Don’t be. With dental implants, you can get your smile back to looking perfect.
For many, dental implants provide the feeling of having their natural teeth back again. This is because instead of being a removable type of device, such as a dental flipper, dental implants are permanently embedded into the jaw, which then allows a dental crown to take the place of the missing tooth.
We understand that this procedure may seem intimidating, but we’re here to reassure you it’s not as bad as it sounds. Below are the top three common misconceptions when it comes to getting dental implants.
Myth #1: Dental Implants Are Painful
This is a common fear. Many people hold back from pursuing a dental implant simply because they’re afraid the procedure might be too painful. However, this is not true. The procedure itself is pain-free. As always after surgery, there may be some temporary discomfort, but your doctor will work very closely with you to ensure your comfort and ease.
Myth #2: Dental Implants Are Expensive
Although dental implants aren’t cheap, they’re a much better investment than dental bridges, which need replacing every 7-15 years. The cost of Dental Implants may be high initially, but it’s a better financial decision in the long run.
Myth #3: Dental Implants Cause Headaches
It’s a fairly common myth that dental implants can cause migraines or headaches. However, we’re here to let you know that this is not true. There is absolutely no scientific evidence to support this. After the dental implant has successfully bonded with the jaw/gums, you should experience zero pain.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding dental implants, give our office a call at New Iberia Office Phone Number 337-560-0131 so we can discuss the next steps.
Dental Implants Can Improve Your Life
Don’t suffer the consequences of missing teeth! Dental implants can replace missing teeth and restore your smile. Contact us to learn more.
on Oct 2nd, 2018
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