Complimentary Dental Consultation

Nearly everyone can benefit from dental implants. New advances have made it possible for you to experience a new smile, natural looking teeth and renewed self-confidence. Dr. Knorr provides an oral exam, discusses your goals, evaluation of your treatment options and answers all your questions. You could be a candidate for dental implants, schedule now to learn more.

Your complimentary Dental Implant Consultation includes:

  • Meet with Forever Smiles dentist, Dr. Knorr
  • Discuss your goals
  • Review your treatment options
  • Get your questions answered

Call us at: 320-864-3129

Benefits of Dental Implants

A dental implant replaces a natural tooth that is missing or severely decayed. Dental implants are the most natural-looking, -acting and -feeling tooth replacement option. They are considered the modern solution for replacing missing teeth. They are preferred over dental bridges when replacing a single missing tooth and provide support for dentures when needed for replacing all natural teeth. With proper care they can last your lifetime.

The benefits of implants far outweigh other forms of tooth replacement:

  • Implants let you talk, chew and exert pressure just like with natural teeth.
  • Implants look, feel and act like natural teeth. People usually don’t notice any difference.
  • Implants prevent bone loss that occurs when teeth are lost.
  • Implant-supported dentures have no false upper palate, which means you can taste and enjoy your food.
  • Implants are the strongest and longest-lasting replacement for teeth.
  • Implants don’t require alteration to the structure of adjacent teeth as with traditional dental bridges.
  • Implants help preserve bone in the jaw. They prevent the collapsed, wrinkled look from the progressive bone loss that occurs with dentures and missing teeth.

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Bone loss occurs as a result of leaving teeth unreplaced and wearing dentures. Without the stimulation from full - force chewing, the bone under the teeth gradually reabsorbs back into the body. Wearing dentures intensifies this process due to the constant friction of the denture on the bony ridge. Eventually, so much bone is lost that the lower part of the face collapses in on itself. The chin moves toward the nose, and the mouth and cheeks sink in, causing deep wrinkles and folds.



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