If You Can’t Pronounce “Christmas” Correctly…
It may be time to consider dental implants!
“All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth
My two front teeth
See my two front teeth
Gee, if I could only have my two front teeth
Then I could wish you, ‘Merry Christmas.”
– lyrics by Gardner
If you wish you could wish people a “Merry Christmas” properly while missing your teeth, it may be time to consider dental implants. Teeth play a vital role in the proper pronunciation of words. So much of pronunciation is dependent upon the placement and positioning of your tongue against or away from your teeth.
If you have missing teeth, dental implants are a great way to get your proper pronunciation back. Dental implants act as permanent anchors placed in your jaw to support a crown or a dental bridge. They feel secure and they will give you an ability to more confidently express your words.
Not only will dental implants help you with pronunciation, but they will also give you a more secure smile as well. Missing teeth in your dental landscape can rob you of the confidence you once had in your smile.
If you have congenitally missing teeth, or you have permanently lost a tooth or group of teeth, contact Jefferson Dental Care to see how our dental implant treatments can help you regain your confidence and your ability to speak and eat securely. Call us today. We look forward to seeing you in our office.
Posted on behalf of Jefferson Dental Care