Overall, in addition to providing permanent restoration of function and aesthetics, dental implants can help improve oral health, systemic health, and the immune system.
OCALA, Fla. (PRWEB) December 02, 2020
Drs. Nickelice Brand and Eric Rustemier, esteemed implant dentists at Dental Implants of Ocala, raise awareness of how oral disease and tooth loss negatively affect oral health and the immune system. They provide dental implants in Ocala, FL to permanently replace missing teeth and improve overall health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tooth loss can occur for many reasons, but the most common reasons include gum disease, decay due to neglected oral health, or a tooth abscess that requires extraction. In cases involving infection and disease, whole-body health can also be negatively affected. Bacteria from gum disease, the most common cause of tooth loss, can spread throughout the mouth and body via the bloodstream. Left untreated, gum disease can damage oral structures, lead to loose teeth and tooth loss, and diminish systemic health, including the body’s immune system. In most cases, Drs. Brand and Rustemier recommend dental implants to permanently restore oral health and improve overall health and immunity, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dental implants are permanent tooth replacements that are surgically placed into the jawbone. They can replace one, several, or an entire mouth of missing teeth with a comparable level of durability, aesthetics, and strength. Unlike partials and dentures, dental implants are permanently fixed in the jaw like natural teeth and allow for proper biting and chewing of nutritious, healthy food. When implants replace infected or decayed teeth, dangerous bacteria from the mouth is removed, improving oral health and overall health. For individuals who have multiple failing or missing teeth as a result of gum disease or decay, full mouth dental implants provide a permanent improvement in dental function, natural smile aesthetics, and oral health. Overall, in addition to providing permanent restoration of function and aesthetics, dental implants can help improve oral health, systemic health, and the immune system.
Dental Implants of Ocala offers decades of experience in implant dentistry and solely provides comprehensive dental implant treatment. Drs. Brand and Rustemier place thousands of dental implants each year, with a specialization in full mouth dental implants, and maintain an over 98 percent success rate. Using innovative technologies, including custom surgical guides and bone morphogenetic protein, the implant dentists provide customized and predictable treatment that permanently restores each of their patient’s smiles, health, and quality of life. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the team continues to practice advanced safety and sanitization measures for the health and safety of their staff and patients.
Individuals with tooth loss who are interested in improving their health, immunity, and quality of life can schedule a consultation for dental implants in Ocala, FL by visiting http://www.dentalimplantsofocala.com or calling 352-653-2500.
About the Practice
Dental Implants of Ocala offers all-inclusive dental implant treatment to patients of Marion County, including Ocala, FL, The Villages, and beyond. Dr. Nickelice Brand, the practice’s leading implant dentist, has over 25 years of experience and focuses solely on providing innovative implant solutions for his patients. Placing over 1000 dental implants a year, Dr. Brand has retained a 98 percent implant success rate and an even higher level of patient satisfaction. Dr. Eric Rustemier graduated from the University of Louisville and received the prestigious Dawson Scholar Award, which is awarded to two dental students in the country per year in recognition of commitment and achievement in clinical comprehensive dentistry and temporomandibular disorders. Dr. Rustemier is an avid pursuer of knowledge and completes over 100 hours of continuing dental education each year. The team at Dental Implants of Ocala remains up to date on implant dentistry’s most innovative and unique technologies, including bone morphogenetic protein and CeraRoot ceramic dental implants, to ensure the highest standard of care and most predictable treatment outcomes. To learn more about Dental Implants of Ocala and their innovative implant care, visit http://www.dentalimplantsofocala.com or call 352-653-2500.