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A Lost Tooth Affects Your Whole Smile

How dental implants from your dentist in Timonium, Maryland can bring back your smile

When you lose a tooth, it can be a traumatic experience. You may lose your ability to chew food efficiently, which can affect your digestion.Lost Tooth You may also lose your beautiful, complete smile, which will affect your self-esteem. The truth is a lost tooth affects your whole smile!

Fortunately, you can bring back your smile, restoring full chewing function and self-esteem. The answer is dental implants! Dr. Paul Karpovich in Timonium, Maryland wants to share the facts about dental implants and what they can do for you and your smile.

Dental implants work differently than bridges and dental appliances. That’s because a dental implant looks, feels and functions just like a natural tooth. When you choose dental implants to replace missing teeth, you are choosing:

  • A naturally-beautiful option, because the dental implant crown is made of light-reflective materials that mimic the look of tooth enamel
  • A completely stable treatment, because dental implants are firmly embedded in bone.
  • A healthy option, because you brush and floss dental implants just the same way you clean your natural teeth, so your smile will stay healthy
  • A highly successful treatment, which boasts a success rate of over 95% according to the American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

Dental implants also resist staining even if you smoke or drink coffee. That means you will have a beautiful, white smile for years! They also help to conserve bone, which helps you keep the full contours of your face and your firm jawline. This means your face will resist sagging, so common to long-term denture wearers.

For more detailed information about dental implants, please visit the Implant Dentistry page on the website at https://www.karpovichdental.com/library/7782/ImplantDentistry.html

Dental implants are an excellent choice whether you want to replace one missing tooth, or several missing teeth, or if you just want more stability and support from your denture. You need to discover for yourself why a lost tooth isn’t the end of your smile. You need to discover dental implants! Just call Dr. Paul Karpovich in Timonium, Maryland today!

Questions? We are here to help!

(for immediate responses, please phone 410-628-6070)

Our Location

1st floor of the Texas Station Building, near the intersection of Padonia Road & Beaver Dam Rd., near the entrance to Lowe's and Sam's Club

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Dr. Karpovich's Dental Office


9:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-4:00 pm


11:00 am-7:00 pm


9:00 am-5:00 pm


10:00 am-2:00 pm

(for administration and surgery)