One of the significant advantages of dental implants is that almost everyone is a suitable candidate. If you are an adult missing teeth and in good enough health for surgery, you’re a candidate for dental implants. We evaluate you very carefully to ensure that implant treatment is the right option at our practice.
What Are Dental Implants
A dental implant is a metal post placed into the jawbone and combined with the bone over a few months. Here some benefits of dental implants
- The procedure offers improved speech
- The procedure improves the oral health of the patient
- The procedure is the most cost-effective tooth treatment
Procedure for Dental Implants
Our specialist starts by conducting a comprehensive examination to determine your jawbone condition and the best dental implant procedure to use. This initial examination also consists of taking impressions, X-rays, and matching the color of your teeth to ensure that your implant looks as natural as possible.
Also, our team will administer anesthesia. We offer two kinds of dental implants: one has to do with our specialist inserting the implant into the jawbone, and the other has to do with the implant going instantly under the gumline.
If your current jawbone is thick and strong enough, our specialist might not need you to get any extra bone added. After your implant is durable enough, our dental experts will place an abutment on top of the implant. This piece is used to connect the implant to your crown. The abutment needs to be tightened not to dangle when you eat.
Our specialist adds the permanent crown after your gums heal; our specialist will make your artificial tooth or crown. Patients are given the option to choose to have a permanent or removable implant. If you have multiple teeth in the back similar to removable dentures, you might be asked to settle for the removable option so you can replace and clean if required.
Contact Us Today
Contact us today at our practice to schedule a dental appointment. Our qualified dentists will be happy to meet with you and determine whether the dental implant procedure is ideal for you.