July 2, 2021
Don’t spend another summer hiding your smile because you’re embarrassed by missing teeth. Now is the perfect time to invest in dental implants. Although you might not want to skip a day soaking in the pool or working on your tan, here are 3 reasons to take a day off to visit your dentist for dental implants.
1. Enjoy New Summer Activities
Research shows people who don’t like the way their teeth look often struggle with low self-esteem and social anxieties. If you’re insecure about your missing teeth, you might avoid large gatherings or smiling for vacation photos. You don’t need to spend another summer feeling less than your best.
Dental implants closely look and feel like your real teeth because they are the only treatment to recreate both the roots and the crowns. You’ll instantly boost your self-esteem by achieving a complete, beautiful smile you’ll want to show off. As a result, you might find you are more outgoing to enjoy seasonal activities you might have avoided in the past.
2. Flexibility in Your Schedule
Since a dental implant replicates the entire tooth, you’ll need a multi-step treatment process that can take several weeks to complete. Generally, you might not have time in your schedule for dental appointments or recovering from oral surgery; however, life tends to slow down in the summer. Instead of taking an expensive vacation, invest your time off from work in your smile.
You won’t need to worry about rushing back to the office, and you’ll be able to take a few days off to recover from your placement surgery. You can sit out and relax in the sun while giving your mouth time to heal.
3. Maximize Your Dental Insurance
Your dental insurance is a monthly investment that allows you to enjoy discounted rates for common oral health services. At the end of the year, your policy expires. Anything you don’t use won’t carry over into the next year, and you aren’t reimbursed for anything. With less than 3% of Americans meeting or exceeding their annual allowances, you likely have several benefits you’re about to lose. You’re running out of time to use your remaining coverage because we’re already halfway through the year.
Although your insurance policy won’t cover the entire cost of the procedure, you can use your allowance to offset the amount you pay for certain steps in your treatment, like the consultation, tooth extractions, or periodontal therapy.
Invest in a Complete Smile
If you’ve been waiting for the perfect opportunity to treat your tooth loss, this is it! Contact your dentist today to see if dental implants are right for you.
About Dr. Vince Fava
Dr. Fava earned his dental degree at the University of Toronto before completing additional training in oral surgery and anesthesia. Through his continual education, he can provide many advanced treatments, like dental implants. If you’re ready to replace your missing teeth, contact our office today to schedule your consultation.
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