Tooth loss has a wide range of effects on your oral health. Even missing one tooth can impact the appearance of your face, your bite, and your risk for developing dental problems. Facial sagging is just one of the problems that we solve with dental implant treatment at Elevate Dental Implant Center.
Dr. Sumitra Yalamanchili and Dr. Shalini Sethi are Hanover, Maryland dentists that are committed to helping their patients receive comfortable and compassionate dental treatment. They take your oral health, dental goals, and dental history into account when helping you find the appropriate solution.
Using modern dental technology and expert techniques, Dr. Yalamanchili and Dr. Sethi offer preventative care to patients with missing teeth using dental implant restorations.
What is Facial Sagging?
Over time, the loss of a tooth can lead to shrinking bone tissue in the jaw. Without bone tissue to support the jaw, the lower chin may appear sunken in, especially if more than one tooth. This sunken appearance can make patients look older than they are and can change the function of the bite.
When patients are missing multiple teeth in their upper arch, the skin above the lip sinks inward. When teeth are not replaced soon enough, remaining teeth shift inward, causing sagging.
Dental Implants and Facial Sagging
Dental implants solve facial sagging by replacing a tooth at the root and the crown. Implanting a sturdy titanium post stimulates healthy bone growth following a tooth extraction or loss. Dental implants support your natural jaw structure for a natural-looking and functioning end result. Replacing missing teeth helps patients avoid further dental problems such as facial sagging down the road.
Schedule a Dental Exam Today
Combat facial sagging with dental implant treatment at Elevate Dental Implant Center. Call 410-205-4997 or request an appointment with Dr. Yalamanchili and Dr. Sethi online.
We offer a wide range of implant-secured dental restorations, whether you have one missing tooth or whole arches of teeth missing. If you have any questions about your implant options, please let us know and we will help you find the best solution to fit your specific needs and concerns.