Why Summer is an Ideal Season to Start Dental Implant Treatment

While you may have enjoyed visiting the beach, soaking in the sun, or spending time with family and friends during the summer months in the past, there’s a chance that you’ve lost a few teeth since then. Whether you’re missing a single tooth or have had a denture for quite some time, dental implants in Beverly Hills remain the most effective long-term solution for replacing teeth. However, did you know that by starting treatment in the summer, you’re doing more favors for yourself than you may have initially realized?


Reduce the Premature Signs of Aging

Once teeth are lost, the bone tissue responsible for holding them in place can begin to break down and atrophy. Not only does this decrease the amount of bone tissue available (making it more difficult to complete dental implant treatment later), but it also has a tendency to accelerate the signs of aging. This includes changes in the shape of the jaw, facial sagging, and hollowing of the cheeks.

If you want to look your absolute best during the summer months, especially if you plan on taking many photos while on vacation, getting an implant placed now is the best thing you can do for your smile’s appearance. After the implant is placed, it begins fusing immediately with your jawbone, effectively reducing early signs of aging and keeping your face looking youthful!

Have Freedom to Eat Your Favorite Foods

The loss of bone tissue does not only affect your overall facial appearance. It also affects things you may not have considered before, such as your biting force. The more teeth you lose, the weaker your biting force becomes. With dental implants, you’re able to stay proactive and continue eating the foods you enjoy thanks to the bone stimulation they provide. This could be very important if you enjoy eating tough foods like steak, barbecued chicken, corn on the cob, apples, or other tough, chewy, or crunchy foods.

Rest Easily During Recovery

The summer months are often a time for relaxation. If you’re already planning on taking a vacation, it’s worth it to allocate some time off towards the recovery process of your dental implant treatment. While recovering from dental implant surgery is not a particularly long process, it is important to get plenty of rest and limit your diet to soft foods as you heal. It’s much easier to do this when you were already going to take time off anyway, so why not plan for it?

Dental implant treatment is not only good for your oral health, but it can be life-changing, especially if you’ve been relying on dentures for years to begin with. Get in touch with an implant dentist today and learn if dental implants are right for you!

About the Author

Dr. Jason Kboudi holds the expertise necessary to not only restore dental implants, but place them entirely under one roof. That means you don’t have to travel all over town just to begin your tooth replacement journey. To schedule a dental implant consultation with his office, you can contact him through his website.

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