Dental implants are helping many of our patients realize that they don’t have to suffer with the pain and hassle of dentures for the rest of their life.
Westmount, QC (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
Dr. Jeffrey Rein, dentist at Westmount Square in Westmount, Quebec, recently introduced a new procedure that is helping patients with missing, broken, or worn teeth finally get the permanent, healthy smile they’ve dreamed of. Using cosmetic dental implants at his Westmount, QC practice, Dr. Rein is now able to provide drastically improved smiles for his patients.
Prior to dental implants, patients suffering from broken, decayed, missing or worn teeth generally had to turn to dentures to provide the function and aesthetics they needed. Although dentures create a new look, they often break, are uncomfortable, or become a nuisance to clean over time. Additionally, the use of dentures prevents patients from eating many solid foods or prevents them from chewing correctly, which can have an adverse effect on overall health.
As an implant dentist in Westmount, QC, Dr. Rein can now provide these patients with restorative dentistry that looks, feels, and acts like natural teeth. In many instances, dental implants are even stronger than natural teeth, especially over the course of time.
“Dental implants are the next step in dentistry and already, they have improved so many patients’ lives,” said Dr. Jeffrey Rein, dental implants dentist in Westmount, QC. “We’re excited about this new procedure and the chance it offers our patients to not only have a smile they can be proud of, but also one that will last a lifetime.”
Dental implants are completed through a surgical procedure, where Dr. Rein places small titanium studs in the bone of the jaw, which serve the same purpose as natural teeth roots. After the titanium studs have fused with the bone over the course of several weeks, Dr. Rein then attaches a porcelain crown that performs like a natural tooth. Together, Dr. Rein and the patient determine the size, shape, and color of the new porcelain teeth.
Dental implants can be used effectively to replace a singular missing tooth, or an entire top or bottom arch, depending on the needs of the patient. In addition to being stronger than natural teeth, dental implants and their attached porcelain crowns are not susceptible to decay, making them a low-maintenance option for an improved smile.
“Dental implants are helping many of our patients realize that they don’t have to suffer with the pain and hassle of dentures for the rest of their life,” said Dr. Rein.
To learn more about Dr. Jeffrey Rein or to get complete information about the comprehensive services offered at Dental Care at Westmount Square in Westmount, QC, please visit http://www.westmountsmiles.com and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50ydL82iGXQ.