Once you lose your baby teeth and your adult teeth come in, you might figure that’s that – they’re in for life. Not so! Studies show that by age 50, a large majority of adults will have lost one or more teeth due to disease or injury. With today’s dental technologies, there’s no need for anyone to suffer with troublesome or missing teeth. At the office of Mark Helms, DDS and Dalton Carruthers Hunt, DMD, our skilled professionals use state-of-the-art techniques to restore the look, feel and function of your teeth.
Beyond appearances, missing teeth can have a negative effect on oral function, in addition to weakening the support of the natural contours of your face. Once placed, dental implants can be used to secure custom crowns, fixed bridges or implant-retained dentures, and can even be placed to support an entire set of upper or lower teeth. Dental implants can also be placed to restore missing teeth.
Our office combines state-of-the-art dental technology with the personal touch — a knowledgeable and compassionate staff that will work to restore your smile and your self confidence. We’ll give you the individualized attention you deserve, and educate you on ways to get the most out of your dental implants.
From a routine exam and cleaning to full-mouth rehabilitation, the state-of-the-art office at Mark Helms, DDS and Dalton Carruthers Hunt, DMD consistently offers the highest quality of skilled and compassionate care. For more information on dental implants or to find out about the many services we provide, give us a call today.
By Mark Helms, DDS
January 1, 2021