Colorado Spring Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Joshua Carter Stresses the Role of Dental Implant for Good Oral Health

With healthcare reform topping the list of recent issues, dental care has come into the spotlight as a important part of overall health for the Baby Boomer generation.

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Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) October 18, 2013

As healthcare reform tops news headlines this month, a recent survey by Procter & Gamble and the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) find that dental care is just as important as healthcare for the “baby boomer” population.

With the knowledge of how important dental implants and dentures are to this population of baby boomers, Dr. Joshua Carter has established himself as the cosmetic dentist Colorado Springs seniors choose for his unique commitment to adults who require advanced dental care. He stresses that there is more to implants than improving a person’s outward appearance.

Letting a missing tooth go untreated can increase the risk of losing the adjacent tooth. In addition, the gap caused by the missing tooth decreases stability and makes the possibility for the adjacent tooth to fall out, much higher.

Dr. Carter recommends dental implants for replacing missing teeth. He is not alone is this recommendation, most cosmetic dentists feel the same way. Of the three tooth replacement methods, every dentist Colorado Springs has to offer is most likely to recommend the dental implants. While the up-front cost may be a little more, the longevity will more than make up for it. Dental implants offer many long-term benefits that dentures and bridges don’t offer. They last for years without the worry of failure and can be installed without affecting adjacent teeth.

Another reason Dr. Carter chooses to recommend dental implants over the use of more traditional types of tooth replacements is to avoid the threat of bone loss. This bone loss can affect the shape of the jaw and the future of the remaining teeth. Because of these bone structure changes, wearing dentures may prove to be too painful over time.

Dr. Carter’s dental implants are held together by a titanium screw that is placed in a small hole in the gums. At the end of this process, patients can remove bone loss, painful dentures, and gum infections from their list of dental worries. In fact, dental implants are almost like getting brand new teeth.

By age 74, 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth and dental implants are undoubtedly an important service. Dr. Carter prides himself on being an industry leader in this realm of dental health. When it comes to finding a cosmetic dentist Colorado Springs adults can trust to improve their oral health—and their smil—Dr. Carter has proven himself to be a top choice for his commitment to his patients and their overall dental health.

Learn more by visiting http://www.northgatedentalcare.com or calling 719-488-2292.


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