Dental Implants Expert, Kevin Sands DDS, Provides Natural-Looking Solutions for Replacing Lost Teeth - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

Dental Implants Expert, Kevin Sands DDS, Provides Natural-Looking Solutions for Replacing Lost Teeth

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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., June 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dental implants expert, Dr. Kevin Sands, today announces that he provides natural-looking tooth replacement solutions to area patients who have lost teeth. With this form of tooth replacement, patients not only regain a normal appearance but also avoid complications of absent tooth roots. For example, the jaw bone resorption that can occur after patients lose teeth is avoided once dental implants are in place. Because dental implants do not rely on adjacent healthy teeth for stability, they can be used to replace single teeth or multiple teeth according to the treatment goals of patients. 

Dental implants offer a variety of benefits over alternative forms of tooth replacement. For example, single tooth dental implants can be used instead of bridge-supported crowns for patients whose remaining teeth are not healthy enough for the latter treatment. Dental implants also lack unsightly hardware above the gum line, which is present with bridge-supported crowns and can predispose patients to tooth decay and gum disease. As an alternative to traditional dentures, multiple teeth dental implants are completely stable during meals and social interaction. Unlike both dentures and bridge-supported crowns, dental implants prevent bone resorption and are more comfortable and natural looking. Aesthetic benefits, as seen in numerous dental implants before and after pictures, are easily superior to those provided by alternative treatments.  Visit to learn more.

Prevention of jaw bone loss is one of the greatest advantages of dental implants. Whether patients delay tooth replacement altogether or opt for bridge-supported crowns or removable dentures, they may experience jaw bone resorption and a variety of complications. Increased risks of gum disease, tooth decay and facial disfigurement are all associated with jaw bone resorption. When patients have already experienced jaw bone resorption but wish to pursue dental implants, Dr. Kevin Sands may recommend bone grafting to support successful implant placement. 


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