A wedding is a special celebration for two people who choose to become one family. Even after the wedding, however, there is a designated day to continue celebrating people who choose to join their lives through matrimony – National Spouses Day on January 26. When you marry someone, you share everything, such as hopes and dreams. These are things that can directly affect a marital relationship. However, did you know that something like missing teeth can also affect your relationship with your spouse?
They Affect Your Personal Confidence and Self-Esteem
It starts with your personal confidence and self-esteem. If you suffer from missing teeth, you may not feel like laughing or smiling very much, even around your other half. Your lack of enthusiasm or seeming unhappiness can seep into your relationship, making you or your spouse feel like something is wrong when all you really need is a visit to Dr. Hal H. Kimowitz of Denville Dentist. Consider also that if you do not want to go out in public because of your missing teeth, your spouse may not go out, either.
In addition to you not feeling like showing the gaps in your mouth, your spouse may start to worry over your general well-being and go out of his or her way to make you feel better. For example, leaving gaps in your mouth can lead to gum and jaw bone deterioration, other teeth falling out, and the face becoming misshapen.
Dental Implants May Fix the Issue
Dental implants look and function like real teeth. Dr. Kimowitz places a titanium post into the jaw, which supports the bone and gums. You can still eat your favorite foods, and no one is likely to notice that the tooth is fake. It can restore your confidence as well as the full function of your mouth.
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Do not let missing teeth deteriorate your relationship with your spouse. Celebrate National Spouses Day in full confidence by contacting our office and scheduling a visit with Dr. Kimowitz right away.Schedule Your No Fee Consultation Today