It’s true that the Bay area is a great place for lovers of Shakespeare. There are some wonderful outdoor performances in the summertime from a selection of excellent theater companies. Certainly, we don’t have the Globe Theater, but then neither does London have it any more.

What we do have are all of the plays that Shakespeare wrote, including the famous tragedy Macbeth.

One of the most well-known soliloquies from that play is when Macbeth has just been informed Dental implants can be financed in many different waysof the death of Lady Macbeth:

“She should have died hereafter;
There would have been a time for such a word.
— To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
To the last syllable of recorded time;
And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle!”

Macbeth Is Making A Point

It goes on further, but the point that Macbeth is making is that life is short and we should grasp everything that we can while we have the time, rather than putting things off. He is mourning the death of his wife, and the fact that he didn’t talk to her and spend more time with her when she was alive.

What has that to do with dental implants? We thought you’d never ask!

The sheer fact is that many people put off having dental implants until “tomorrow”, mostly on the basis that it is going to cost money. Of course it will.

But there are two points to take into consideration here. The first is that the cost of dental implants in the future is going only one way – and it is not down! This is because of the new technology involved and the increased cost of the raw materials – in this case titanium.

The Second Is More Important When it Comes to Dental Implants

The second – and more important – is that every day you put it off is another day that you struggle with trying to eat with teeth that you don’t have, being embarrassed to smile, or perhaps struggling with dentures which slip and slide when you eat. Let’s be frank: dentures are pretty disgusting things, and now belong in the dark ages. An alien piece of equipment that you put in your mouth and have to take out and put in disinfectant overnight. Ugh!

We are in the 21st century now, and you can have dental implants which are as good as your original teeth in every respect except one. They are actually BETTER in that respect. Your original teeth decayed – which is why you no longer have them. Dental implants cannot decay!

So don’t put off until tomorrow what you can have today. Why struggle with eating and embarrassment when there is no need to?

Call us now for an initial consult. Our senior doctor, Dr Alex Rabinovich, is one of a small handful of nationally recognized specialists in dental implants and actually gives lectures to other dentists on the subject. You could not be in safer hands.

Don’t leave it until tomorrow! Call us on (415) 992-9188 or click on the Contact Us link above. Then you will be able to show off your smile in time for a summer Shakespearean treat!