Life is meant to enjoy, share your beautiful smile! That is what we believe in at J. Wesley Anderson, Jr., DDS, and we make sure that it shows with the amazing services we offer to you to give you the smile you desire. The services we offer to improve your smile include dental cleanings and exams, nonsurgical gum disease treatment, cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, family dentistry, athletic mouthguards, dental anxiety relief, dental implant restorations, All-on-4 dental implants, dentures, same-day crowns and bridges, emergency services, and TMJ treatment. Our experienced team is confident in every service we provide in Virginia Beach, VA, and the surrounding areas of Norfolk, VA, and Chesapeake, VA.
Dental Implants In Virginia Beach, VA
If you are looking for a healthy way to replace teeth you have lost, look no further than dental implants. Missing teeth are unattractive and have serious repercussions for your overall and oral health. When the teeth are lost, the jawbone begins to recede. This changes the shape of your face and makes it difficult to find comfortable, removable tooth replacement options. We work with a periodontist to place dental implants for patients with missing teeth or those who need to secure dentures. By having dental implants placed, we will replace the roots that were lost with your teeth and make sure that the structural bone and gum tissue aren’t lost for good.
Snap-On Smile At J. Wesley Anderson, Jr., DDS
If you have a procedure that requires you to wait for your tooth replacement option, we have your smile covered with Snap-On Smile. Snap-On Smile is a temporary tooth replacement option that can keep your smile functional and looking good until ...
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...son, Jr., DDS, we work with a periodontist to place dental implants. After the implants heal, we’ll restore the implants with lifelike restorations that can withstand massive biting force.
Dental implants naturally fuse to the bone, meaning over time, the implant literally becomes part of your body. It’s as though someone slipped a new root under the gum that can support new teeth. There are many options for replacing missing teeth, but the dental implant is the only one that preserves the jawbone. When you lose teeth, the jawbone begins to recede. As the jawbone changes shape, so does the structure of the face. These constant changes are the main reasons people with removable dentures have problems stabilizing their oral appliances. People wearing removable dentures also lose the vertical height between their nose and chin and often look much older than they are.
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