A dental implant is a great alternative to replace missing teeth. An implant is a small, titanium-based cylinder that is surgically placed in the jaw. They are considered a long-term restoration and provide excellent cosmetic results. Dental implants serve as a strong and durable base below the gum line on which a full set of permanent or removable prosthetic teeth, a bridge, or a single tooth will be placed. There are several advantages to dental implants compared to other tooth replacement solutions, including the following:
Dental implants provide a foundation for custom prosthetic teeth that look and feel like your natural teeth and are designed with your distinctive smile, the color, shape, and size of your teeth in mind to give you a permanent, attractive, and long-lasting smile. natural look.
Improved dental function
Dental implants provide a solid and stable foundation for your prosthetic teeth, allowing you to enjoy everyday functions, such as speaking, eating, and smiling, easily and naturally once again.
Unlike removable dentures, dental implants do not require special care, such as avoiding certain foods, soaking overnight, constant adjustments and adjustments, or the application of messy adhesives. They are a permanent and long-lasting tooth replacement solution and can be cared for just like your natural teeth.
Better oral health
In addition to improving facial appearance and dental function, dental implants can stop the progression of gum disease and tissue deterioration by stimulating the gum and bone tissue below the gum line.
With proper care, including daily brushing and flossing and regular visits to your dentist for dental exams and cleanings, dental implants are a permanent tooth replacement solution that can last a lifetime.
The culmination of the benefits of dental implants, including improved appearance, improved dental function, and better oral health, ultimately leads to an increase in self-esteem and confidence in smiling, appearance, and overall health.
What is the process of obtaining dental implants?
The first step in qualifying is to contact us for your initial consultation, where we will review your dental history, perform a routine oral exam, and take 3D CT scans of your mouth to assess the progression of gum and bone loss and determine if you are a good fit. candidate for dental implants.
Once this evaluation is complete and you are qualified as a candidate, we will schedule your surgery, where your dental implants will be surgically implanted directly into your gums and jaw under local anesthesia, then covered again and allowed to heal.
Over the next several months, your implants will gradually fuse with your gum and bone tissue, providing a solid foundation on which your permanent teeth will be placed. If dental implants are placed in a visible location in the mouth, such as in the front, we will place a temporary denture in the meantime while your custom dentures are being created.
Once your implants have had enough time to adhere to the gums and bone, your custom prosthetic teeth will be attached to your dental implants using a small abutment.
Once in place, you are ready to enjoy all the benefits of dental implants right away.
Dental implants are the ideal tooth replacement solution for those with missing or defective teeth. Whether you need a single tooth replacement or a complete set of teeth to be replaced, contact our office today to schedule your initial consultation with us.