The practice of dentistry has come such a long way over the last 100 years. Our teeth are very important to our lives. Before we progressed to the point where we are now with the knowledge about how to properly care for teeth and repair them if they are damaged, a tooth would fall out or get pulled out, leaving a gaping hole in the mouth of the unfortunate.
Even today, though, we are sometimes, for one reason or another, forced to lose a tooth. Breaking a tooth or losing one affects the ability to smile and to eat properly. The mouth eventually compensates for the loss, but your local dentist will tell you that is usually at the expense of proper function.
Thankfully, we now have dental implants which will restore your smile and give you back proper function of your mouth as well as the Continue readingShare This : by