Dr. Mortensen: Dental Implant Provider in Fountain Valley, CA

June 26th, 2015

mortensenWhy are healthy smiles so important? Beyond teeth just being white, teeth must be present for patients to possess positive dental and oral health. Dr. Mortensen of Fountain Valley, CA understands the importance of maintaining natural teeth but agrees that dental implants are a close second. The potential dangers and risks of missing one or more teeth can affect the overall and long-term health through gum disease, endangerment of the remaining teeth, inflammation traveling to the heart or brain, and several other risks.

After graduating from Northwestern University Dental School, Dr. Mortensen started his dental career in Chicago, IL at Evanston Hospital. Dr. Mortensen has been providing successful dental implants to the area of Fountain Valley for over 30 years at his Dr. Andrew G. Mortensen D.D.S. Inc. He is a valued member of several dental associations and organizations such as the American Dental Association, an accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the Las Vegas Institute, and was even voted Best Dentist in Fountain Valley by Fountain Valley Register readers in 2010.

Dental Implants, although second to natural teeth have the ability to provide better oral and dental health to patients for extended periods of time. Through a process called osseointegration, dental implants are able to naturally fuse into the jawbone and function just as well, if not better, than real teeth. These solutions possess the ability to prevent gum disease development, increase the density of the teeth and jaw over time and can complete unhealthy smiles to improve the remaining tooth health and hygiene. If you are interested in receiving dental implants from Dr. Mortensen, contact him at (714) 421-4722 or visit his site here to learn more information.

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