Edmonds Dentist, Eric Kitts, Expands Missing Tooth Treatment Options

June 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Edmonds, Washington - June 13, 2019 - Soundview Family Dental is delighted to announce to current and new patients alike that they have extended missing tooth treatment options. Although Soundview Family Dental has offered treatment options for replacing missing teeth in the past, they can now provide more choices for their patients.

Traditionally, dentures have been the most affordable, and most common, solution to missing teeth. They are used to restore a person’s smile, especially in cases where a full set of teeth need replacing. An implant overdenture or implant-supported denture are potential solutions, fixed in place as a long-lasting solution. Bridges can be fixed or removable, and depend on the adjacent teeth as an anchor in replacing one or more missing teeth. They look as natural as teeth and work just as teeth would when they are fixed to the jaw.

Now, dental Implants are seen as the ultimate solution to missing teeth as they are permanent and last a lifetime if cared for properly. With dental implant services through Soundview Family Dental, the implants are secured directly into the jawbone on a titanium post. Although dental implants are one of the more expensive options to missing teeth, they come with the comfort and look of natural teeth, are permanent, and help a patient avoid bone loss caused by missing teeth.

Regardless of the reason for tooth loss, having missing teeth can be embarrassing and significantly lower a person’s confidence. Tooth loss can also cause health problems, such as bone loss in the jaw and premature wear on the remaining teeth. When gaps are left untreated, it can cause alignment issues, which can only be treated with orthodontics. With Soundview Family Dental, patients will find the best missing tooth solution for their situation.

When asked why Soundview Family Dental has expanded their missing tooth options for patients, Dr. Eric Kitts has said: “We pride ourselves in always putting our patients first, (and) guarantee that with any tooth replacement option you receive you will enjoy having the appearance of a fuller smile that functions just like your natural teeth.” Kitts is glad to be able to expand the missing teeth solutions at Soundview Family Dental to give patients more options for treatment.

Of course, for many potential patients, it is essential to look at the dental office reviews to make sure they are getting the best dental services possible. Says new patient Brad of Soundview Family Dental: “Soundview Family Dental is very modern and impressive. The staff is very friendly and efficient, and Dr. Kitts made me feel welcome. It seemed like I'd been a longtime patient.”

Located at 201 5th Avenue South, Suite 103, Edmonds, WA 98020, the friendly and experienced staff at Soundview Family Dental is prepared to assist all clients with any questions they may have concerning missing teeth solutions. As well, Soundview Dental offers a variety of other services to help all patients maintain beautiful, healthy smiles.

For more information about the extensive options for missing teeth through Soundview Family Dental, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Toorani, please contact the office at (425) 563-6360.


For more information about Soundview Family Dental, contact the company here:

Soundview Family Dental
Eric Kitts
(425) 563-6360
201 5th Ave S Suite 103, Edmonds, WA 98020

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