Top three ways dental implants can improve your everyday life.
October 12, 2016
Taking the step towards dental implant treatment is a big decision. But, they can have a huge impact on your everyday life.
Here are just three of the ways dental implant treatment can improve your everyday life:
Improved Social Life:
Recent studies suggest finding a romantic mate will be made infinitely harder with bad/missing teeth. In fact, virtually all adults (99.7%) in one American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry survey said that a healthy smile is socially important. The AACD survey also found that more than half of adults in the US over age 50 agree that a smile is the one physical feature that stays the most attractive as we age. If you're looking to look good, teeth are one of the first things people will notice about you.
But dental implants can do more than just improve the look of your smile. Because the restorations are secured into place by dental implants, the restoration won’t move or fall out whilst you talk or laugh. Many of our patients say that this has given them a huge confidence boost when out and about and has given them the confidence to laugh and talk in public again.
Patients also find that the range of food they can eat increases compared to when they had dentures. This means they no longer have to turn down invitations to social dinners and are not embarrassed of eating in front of friends and family.
Dental implant solutions are more than just cosmetic. Having a great set of teeth can actually serve to benefit you professionally as well. About three-quarters, (74%) of adults feel an unattractive smile can hurt their career success and there have been studies showing more attractive people get a bit of an advantage when it comes to interview call-backs and promotions.
Forget about other people and how they will receive your new dental implant solutions and focus on yourself. When you feel good about yourself and the way you look, your self-confidence rises. When that happens, you'll have a greater chance of success at virtually anything you do, whether that's finding a significant other, getting a job promotion, or whatever else.