Can You See Dental Implants?

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By Brandie Umar, Executive Director of ContentLast modified: October 10, 2011



Can You See Dental Implants?

The purpose of dental implants is not only to give you a complete set of teeth that feels good, but to make them as aesthetically pleasing as possible.

 

The only noticeable sign that you have had a dental procedure will be swelling around your mouth for a couple of weeks as your implants settle into the gum.

When this swelling goes, teeth implants will be unnoticeable and nobody will know your perfect teeth are anything but natural.













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