Is your tooth lost or broken? Do you feel confident in public with your lost tooth? Are you looking for a suitable way to replace it? Dental implants have offered many individuals the opportunity of replacing their lost or broken tooth.
A traditional bridge requires that the healthy teeth on either side of the empty space be grounded down. Crowns are then secured over them, and the artificial tooth is attached in between the two crowns, forming a bridge. An implant, on the other hand, preserves the natural teeth and replaces the missing tooth with one that is anchored securely to the jawbone. It's always best to preserve healthy teeth whenever possible. Having an implant instead of a bridge safeguards the healthy teeth on either side of the gap, since they don't have to be shaved down. Additionally, a bridge makes it difficult to maintain good oral hygiene, whereas an implant allows you to brush and floss just as you would with natural teeth. Implants are also less expensive, as they last a lifetime. A bridge only lasts about five to ten years, at which time it would need to be replaced.
What is a Dental Implant?
A dental implant can be referred to as an artificial tooth which is usually implanted or placed into your jaw. Once this is done, a dental crown will then be used to cap the dental implant. What makes dental implant highly recommended is that they look just like a real tooth. Hence, they fit flawlessly into your dentition, making it hard for anyone to differentiate the dental implant from the rest of your teeth. Before you start any procedure, you will have a consultation with the doctor. This will include a thorough examination, including taking digital x-rays and 3D imaging with the cone beam system.
Use of the cone beam allows three-dimensional reconstruction of the jawbone anatomy so that dental implants can be placed in the most accurate and precise manner. It significantly reduces the risk of complications such as sinus perforation and nerve damage. Sometimes the three-dimensional images are sent to a lab where a guide will be made. This guide is used to enable the doctor to place your implants with pinpoint precision, including the correct angle of the implant posts.
Accurate, pinpointed placement is very important, not only for the implant itself but also in relation to the jawbone and surrounding teeth. The examination also determines if your bone structure is sufficient to support a dental implant. If it's found that you do not have adequate bone to accept an implant, we can go over your options to remedy that, such as bone grafts to build up more bone. In our office, you can always count on getting the job done. We are known to offer outstanding dental implants.
What We Do
At our office, we use state-of- the-art tools, and ultramodern techniques to perform our dental implant procedures. Our dental implants are highly stable and very effective, boasting of a high success rate. We guarantee you of getting first class dental implants services.Your missing tooth will be replaced with an exact match. We offer top notch dental implant services to our patients. Whether you are looking to replace a single or multiple tooth, we will get it done. We are always ready to provide an effective, long-term solution to your lost or broken teeth issues.
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We work with a team of highly experienced dentists that are responsible for handling the dental implant procedure. At our dental office, we offer you the perfect solution to that hole you have in your mouth that have been making your feel ashamed in public. Get in touch with us today to discuss the ideal options for your dental implant.