Implant Learning Center
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A dental implant can make all the difference in your smile. Whether you are missing one or more teeth, dental implants can be placed in the gap to act and feel like your real teeth. More natural and durable than ever, dental implants are a secure and reliable option. Our dedicated staff is trained in the latest advancements in dental implant technology and can help you find out if this is the right choice for you. When you schedule your New Patient Exam & X-Ray appointment, you can also receive a Free Implant Consultation. Give us a call today!
We have provided the information in this learning center to help you decide if dental implants are the best option for you. Below are some common questions most patients ask when they are considering implants. We hope the information below will help you make an informed decision when choosing the right treatment to restore your smile.
The implant process is a 3-appointment process that can last up to a few months. First, the anchors are placed where you are missing teeth and time is given for them to fuse to the jaw to create a solid foundation for the implant. Once this process is complete, you will be scheduled for the next appointment to place the titanium posts. Lastly, the dental crown is placed on top of the posts in place of your missing tooth.
Yes! The dental crown is custom designed to fit your mouth and color matched to your surrounding teeth. It blends into your smile and looks completely natural.
Dental implants are made to last a lifetime! With proper care and maintenance, your implants should too. Continuing to visit your dentist to ensure proper care is taken is important.
No. This procedure can be done while you remain relaxed and at ease. Sedation options are available to ensure your utmost comfort during the entire process!
Replacing a missing tooth with a dental implant can boost confidence and restore a healthy smile. An implant can also help keep your other teeth from shifting, this maintains bone density and prevents facial sagging. A dental implant can really make the difference in your smile!