Seminar Topics Include:
Causes of bone loss and how to avoid it
Domino effect of losing one tooth
Why loosing teeth can make you look older
Relation of dentures to heart disease and cancer
How dental implants work
Why denture wearers have a shorter life span
The Benefits of Choosing Dental Implants
Dental Implants are Built to Last
Dental implants are designed to last a lifetime. Implants can’t get cavities but home care & regular dental checkups are still important to maintaining the health of your implants & the rest of your teeth!
No More Worrying About Your Teeth
With dental implants, you can smile proudly without worrying about how your smile looks or if your dentures are coming loose. Dental implants are designed to look, feel and function like your natural teeth!
Maintain Your Face Shape
Bone loss in the jaw can begin immediately after any tooth is lost. This can cause a sunken in or aged appearance as the bone deteriorates from bone resorption. Implants will keep the jawbone healthy as well as maintain an attractive jaw line.
Protect Your Jawbone
When a tooth is lost, there is no more of the stimulation needed to keep the jawbone healthy and bone resorption occurs. Implants act like natural teeth and help keep your jawbone healthy.
Keep Your Teeth In Your Mouth
Dentures & bridges can be a hassle to keep track of & keep clean. With dental implants, your teeth stay in your mouth – not a cup! Caring for your dental implant is the same as for your natural teeth.
Enjoy Your Favorite Foods
Dental implants enable you to bite normally & eat virtually anything you want. Unlike removable dentures, dental implants will stay firmly in your mouth so you can enjoy the foods you love!
Healthy Smile for a Healthy Life
Dental Implant & Wellness Seminar
Seminars Presented by
Dr. Fred Eck