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Oregon City, OR 97045


Dental Implants Will Restore Your Smile

Welcome back to the Oregon City Family Dentistry blog! We are the Oregon City, OR dentist office that is dedicated to keeping your family’s oral health on the good road.

Now that we are marching full speed ahead into November, it seems appropriate to reflect on all the things we have to be thankful for: friends, family, a job, good health, and the like. But, we know all too well that if you have recently lost a tooth as an adult, you probably won’t feel much like smiling even with so many other good things going on in your life.

The ordeal of losing teeth after you are a grown-up is never a fun experience. This will impact every aspect of your life and will leave you feeling embarrassed and a bit depressed.

We can not stress enough how important it will be to find a good solution as quickly as possible.

Say Goodbye To Good Health

You will notice straightaway after tooth loss has occurred that it is harder and more painful to chew certain foods, especially the ones containing fiber.

That will be bad news for you because fiber is involved in regulating so many important bodily functions and keeping strokes and weight gain at bay.

Whether you intend to or not, you will be forced to change your eating habits and opt for foods that are a less difficult to chew (but not as appealing to you or as beneficial for your health).

In addition to not being able to eat what you want, you might also be at a higher risk of oral infections. Plus your healthy teeth will attempt to shift in an effort to compensate for the hole in your smile.

Sounds awful, right?

These things are part of why your overall wellness will suffer after losing teeth.

But that is not where your suffering will end!

After Tooth Loss, You Won’t Look The Same

Tooth loss will wreak havoc on your health and it can also affect the way you look and feel, and the way that others perceive you.

Your self-esteem will likely sink and you may be self-conscious about eating, talking, and laughing around others.

The obvious holes in your smile will be strange enough, but after your cheeks sink-in, you will also appear to have aged significantly.

Your day to day existence will never be the same until you take corrective action. Not feeling like yourself is no way to be!

That said, you don’t have to let tooth loss completely destroy your life. Your Oregon City, OR dentist has a viable, long-lasting solution for you: dental implants.

OC Family Dentistry Has A Plan

We know what you are up against. That’s why we are happy to be able to provide you with a permanent solution for your tooth loss situation, no matter how bad things are right now.

Did you know that we can implant artificial replacement teeth and roots that will look and feel just like the real thing.

How does that work?

Simply put, you can take back your old life with a two-step dental procedure from Oregon City Family Dentistry.

Our dental implants are titanium posts that are surgically inserted into your jawbone. The implant will fuse with the bone over time, creating a new “root.”

Once you have sufficiently healed from the first part, a custom crown will be screwed onto the post, leaving you with a brand new “tooth” that will blend in well with the rest of your teeth.

You will be amazed by the end results. Plus, implants can return to you the ability to eat the foods you love, with the people you love. In no time you will look better and feel normal.

When we are finished, you will definitely have something to smile about. And you will have one more thing to be truly grateful for when next Thanksgiving rolls around.

Doesn’t that sound like a good plan?

Take Your Life Back Today!

Your Oregon City, OR, dentist is ready to fix your tooth loss problems. Missing teeth shouldn’t hold you back from having a happier, healthier life.

Contact Oregon City Family Dentistry today to see how we can help change your life forever, for the better.



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