What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are small titanium rods that are surgically placed underneath the gums and into the jaw bone.
Over the course of about three to six months, the implant fuses naturally with the bone. This creates a permanent anchor or abutment for crowns, bridge work and other prosthetic appliances.
Dental implants can last a lifetime, so they’re a viable alternative to many other temporary dental procedures.
What is a Dental Implant?
What makes you a good candidate for Dental Implants?
In order to be a good candidate for dental implant surgery, you need to have solid bone structure and be free of auto immune disorders that affect your body’s ability to heal. Implants are great for patients who want a permanent solution to missing teeth. They are great for those who have dentures and want a more secure-fitting prosthetic. The procedure is done quickly and easily in our office at your own convenience.
Who can receive a
Why do you need Dental Implants?
You may need a dental implant if you are completely missing a tooth and want to avoid compromising other teeth with a dental bridge. Many patients choose dental implants because they hold their dentures securely in place. This procedure is ideal for patients who want a permanent solution to missing dentition. Dental implant surgery is ideal for most healthy patients.
What happens during the procedure for Dental Implants?
First, we will have a full consultation with you to discuss implant options and protocol. You will come into the office and receive anesthetic of your choice to make the procedure more comfortable. The implant will be surgically placed underneath the gums and sutures placed. Over the next three to six months, the implant will fuse with the bone and create a secure abutment for crowns, bridges and dentures. Once the implant has healed, you can be fitted for whichever restoration best fits your needs. Dental implant surgery is done efficiently and easily in-office to promote a vital alternative to other procedures.
Why do people get
If you are interested in dental implants or would like to inquire more about this procedure, call our office today so that one of our helpful staff members can better assist you.