Dental implants since the day they came out they really changed the way we did a lot of things dental implants not only allow us to replace missing teeth but they allow us to be more conservative a lot of the time in the past when and still done today in many offices when you were missing a tooth the only option was to grind down the tooth in front and the tooth behind it and replace it with a dental bridge and today today we can replace just a one tooth and there are several advantages to that one of the advantages of dental implants is that when you place a dental implant you preserve the bone in that area because by having an implant in the bone you actually preserve and you stop the bone loss in that area, another advantage is that you have single teeth like Mother Nature gave you so you can stow floss between your teeth with the dental bridge you actually have to go under the bridge to floss another advantage is that implants are made out of titanium so implants don't get cavities like a crown would around the natural tooth I can sit here and probably talk another 30 minutes of how great implants are but they've really changed the ball game when it comes to replacing missing teeth or even full dentition.
- Stimulate your jaw much like your own tooth roots to keep the bone intact
- Give you a more youthful look, thanks to the better bone quality
- Keep your replacement teeth securely in place
- Function and feel like your natural teeth, when used with a dental restoration
- Provide a smile that should last a lifetime
Because implant procedures can be complicated, we are pleased to offer CBCT scans right here in the office. This is absolutely best practice for implant placement because it gives us the best view of your bone before we even begin.
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Choose From Many Dental Implant Options
You can choose from multiple dental implant options to restore your youthful appearance. We use the highest-quality name brands to provide the best results possible. And our experienced dentists can walk you through all the options and help you select the implants that will work best for your situation.
- Single tooth implants – Consider this permanent option if you’ve lost one or two teeth and don’t want to deal with a traditional dental bridge. We’ll place your implant and restore it with a single high-quality dental crown.
- All-on-4® implants – Our dentists can anchor a full arch of teeth on four strategically placed dental implants. This option is great if you have low bone mass in your jaw.
- All-on-6 implants – All-on-6 is similar to All-on-4 but uses two extra implants to improve stability.
- Mini dental implants – Smaller than their full-size counterparts, these implants can work in situations where full-size implants aren’t an option.
- Implant-supported bridge – If you are looking for an option to replace three or more teeth, ask about an implant-supported bridge. Unlike a traditional fixed bridge, this bridge restoration attaches to implants instead of your natural teeth.
- Implant-supported dentures – A denture is firmly attached to dental implants in your mouth and held in place by a bar that runs from implant to implant.
- Implant-retained dentures – These dentures are connected directly to your implants using ball attachments instead of a bar.
Dental Implants Replace Your Tooth Roots
Dental implants are replacement tooth roots. They are titanium posts that are gently placed into your jawbone. These posts bond with your jaw and provide a stable base for your replacement tooth. Dr. Alan Slootsky and Dr. Joel Baez use the latest dental technology, including cone beam CT scanning and 3D X-rays, to plan your treatment with precision.
When you need to replace your teeth, trust the dental implant experts at Restorative and Implant Dentistry. Call our dental office today at 954-590-0538.