At The Mugford Center we prioritize the safety of our patients and employees. We have always taken extra precautions to provide our patients with a clean and sterile environment. In these times we make sure to go above and beyond what the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, the American Dental Association, and the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners recommends. Our goal is to make everyone who comes into our office feel as comfortable as they possibly can.
-Dr. David Mugford and The Mugford Center team.
Dental Implants in Crofton
Are missing teeth making your life miserable? Has it become difficult to eat your favorite foods, or are you embarrassed in social situations due to gaps in your smile? If so, dental implants may be able to help you and improve your quality of life.
These restorations provide a permanent foundation to support new crowns, and even your existing dentures can be anchored to them to eliminate the need for messy adhesives. Dental implants can dramatically improve your health and confidence by allowing you to regain your beautiful and functional smile.
Dental implants are a modern, revolutionary, alternative to bridges and dentures that provide you with a multitude of benefits. At The Mugford Center, we offer dental implants for your tooth replacement needs.
What are the Benefits of Dental Implants?
Not only do dental implants restore the functions of your missing teeth and the aesthetics of your smile, but they also offer the following benefits:
They are permanent.
They are more comfortable than dentures.
They can be brushed and flossed just like your natural teeth.
How do Dental Implants Work?
The posts that support your replacement teeth are implanted directly into the jawbone and stimulate the bone just like the roots of your natural teeth. This stimulation helps to stop, and prevent, bone loss in your jaw, helping it to remain strong and stable.
What Materials are Dental Implants Made From?
Most dental implants placed are made of titanium, and have been since their development. Today, there are other materials being explored.
Questions About Dental Implants?
If you still have questions or would like to schedule your dental implant consultation, call us today at (410) 260-0790.