The Newest Generation of Baby-Boomers Opt for Dental Implants
This year, 2014, marks the largest movement of the population into the Baby-Boomer market. People born from 1945 to 1949 will now move into the Senior Citizen level of their life. This, by no means, indicates these Baby-Boomers are old. In fact, quite the opposite it true.
Baby-Boomers are the generation that made things happen and helped change the world we live in today. They are modern minded and appearance is very important to our Baby-Boomers. Nearly 26% of the Boomer population have permanently lost one or more of their permanent teeth, with 69% beginning to lose teeth starting at age 35 through gum disease, accidental injury to the mouth or tooth decay. When it comes to replacing permanently lost teeth, bridges and adhesive dentures are not for this generation! Dental Implants are the #1 choice of the Boomer generation and, now, the later Generation X.
The Cosmetic Benefits of Dental Implants
The reality is that in addition to Boomers wanting to feel great, they also want to look great. This is a senior population that refuses to age. With looking great physically comes a healthy looking, bright smile.
Dental implants or implant dentures are the best match for your natural teeth. Anchored into the jawbone, there is no shifting, no discomfort and no fear of slippage as experienced with adhesive dentures or shifting dental bridge. Cosmetically, the teeth are custom designed to fit the structure of your face and rid the look of sagging mouth area. Overall, dental implants or implant dentures will give the patient a more youthful and healthy looking appearance. This is a benefit for self-esteem as well.
The Professional Benefits of Dental Implants
Regardless of age, if a person is professionally employed or in an entrepreneurial position, appearance is everything. You’ve heard the expression “It only takes one minute to make a lasting impression”. In business your first impression is everything because you may not get a second chance. Greeting a co-worker, an employee or a client with an unhealthy looking smile can leave an impression of lack of care. This will not bode well for your future. We’ve experienced many patients who had to work jobs where no outside contact was necessary; all due to the appearance of their teeth. Don’t let this happen to your career. Investing in Dental Implants is not a luxury, but a necessity to enhance your professional earning potential.
The Emotional and Physical Health Benefits of Dental Implants
People who have lost their teeth experience low self-esteem. This is a fact! They limit their social activities for fear of showing the poor condition of their teeth and eventually feel worthless. People with tooth loss can go through a bevy of emotions that are harmful to their overall feelings about themselves, thus causing neglect in other areas of their lives. This is one of the more popular reasons patients turn to Dental Implants.
Secondly, and above all, Dental Implants assist in the health of your mouth. Your jawbone gets the chewing exercise it needs and passes those food nutrients to your body. If you cannot chew properly, your jawbone will diminish, your face will droop and your digestion will be less than desirable for healthy food consumption. Plain and simple, people want to chew their food properly, enjoy the flavor and live out a healthy life. This can be achieved with the help of permanent Dental Implants or Implant Dentures.
Why Dr. Ron Rotem?
Ocean County dentist, Dr. Ron Rotem has been treating people with tooth loss for nearly 20 years. In those years, he has heard every possible scenario about patient’s tooth loss and he can empathize with their feelings. That is why Dr. Ron Rotem is completely dedicated to the practice of Dental Implants and Implant Dentures. He knows how important it is to you, the person with tooth loss, to feel your best and he is committed to being the professional that can help change those dental issues.
Remember, Dental Implants or Implant Dentures are not a luxury, but an investment in your overall physical and emotional well-being.
Call Dr. Ron Rotem today and experience the quality of life benefits of Dental Implants.
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