Having a full set of teeth is something many of us take for granted — until we lose one. Having a gaping hole where a tooth once was can dramatically affect the way we chew, not to mention the way we look if the missing tooth was in a position that could easily be seen.
Fortunately, no one has to live with the unsightly effects of missing teeth. Today’s technology using dental implants can restore you to a full set of pearly whites in no time. At the office of Russo Periodontics, our skilled professionals are here to help. Using the latest state-of-the-art technology they will expertly craft your dental implant to match the rest of your teeth and restore your confidence and your smile.
Dental implants are more than just a cosmetic fix; they play an important part of your overall oral health. That’s because the implant functions in much the same way as the root of your natural tooth, helping to maintain facial bone structure and preventing your other teeth from migrating into the space of the missing tooth. Most notably, dental implants have been proven superior to other teeth replacement options by coming closes to the look, feel and function of your own natural teeth.
By choosing a dental implant when the need arises, you can be sure that our skilled practitioners will work to ensure the best possible look and fit, and one that will give you good reason to smile!
At Russo Periodontics, we offer a full range of dental services to meet your every need. We’ve built a reputation for excellence by continuously providing compassionate care and the utmost level of skills resulting in the very best treatment outcomes for our patients. For more information on dental implants and our other periodontic services, give us a call today.
By Russo Periodontics
November 26, 2020
Dr. Russo is the Past President of the Southern Academy of Periodontology.
John Russo's Practice has been recognized as a top Sarasota Dentistry practice in 2020.
Congratulations to the entire team!
Dr. Russo is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology and on the Board of Trustees