Lets face it, going to the dentist hasn’t always been a popular activity. When faced with serious dental treatment like dental implants, many people are worried about the potential pain and hassle involved.
However, at My Family Dentistry, you don’t need to worry – with our special brand of Comfortable Dentistry and the most up-to-date techniques in dental implants, you can have a beautiful smile with less discomfort and recovery time.
Today’s Cutting Edge – My Teeth Today Dental Implants
Before dental implants were introduced, patients with missing teeth had few options. Ill-fitting dentures and bridges were uncomfortable, difficult to care for, and awkward to wear and while eating and drinking. While modern dentures and bridges are good options for some patients, for most people, My Teeth Today dental implants are the perfect solution.
Unlike other dental implants, you can have your My Teeth Today Dental Implants in just one visit, with less recovery time, bone loss, and potential for complications. You can even eat your favorite foods the same day!
Because they’re permanently imbedded into the jaw, they look and act more like your natural teeth. Best of all, you can have a mouth full of beautiful teeth with less hassle and stress.
The Techniques of Tomorrow?
Ongoing research promises to one day eliminate the need for dental implants. A group from Columbia University is working on a method to use stem cells to grow new teeth, which would allow your dentist to remove broken or damaged teeth and replace them with brand-new, natural teeth grown right in your mouth from your own stem cells in as little as 9 weeks. It may sound like science fiction, but it’s not – while this procedure isn’t currently available, it could revolutionize modern dentistry in the coming years.
If you’d like to learn more about the new techniques in dental implants for 2014 and beyond, contact Dr. Mullins and the staff at My Family Dentistry! Dr. Mullins is also available to speak to your group of dental professionals about the latest techniques. Contact us today for your appointment or to schedule a speaking engagement!
What do you think about “regrowing” teeth? Let us know in the comments!
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