Now viewed as the “gold standard” in tooth replacement, dental implants provide comfort and stability like no other. Replacing missing teeth with implants is a permanent solution that has evolved to support a variety of individual needs, from a single missing tooth to full arch replacement.
The dental implant is composed of three parts: a biocompatible, titanium post surgically placed in the jaw bone, an abutment (connector piece to which the implant restoration attaches) and the implant restoration, which may be a crown or other prosthetic, such as a bridge or full denture.
Treatment plans for replacing missing teeth with implants may include one or more of the following:
Many individuals are candidates for implants, depending on gum tissue, bone and general systemic health. Contact your dentist for more information and to learn if dental implants are right for you.
When it comes to long-term tooth replacement options, dental implants are an excellent option. They are durable and known to last up to 20 years or more, as long as they are well cared for. If you’re missing teeth and wondering how to replace them, we encourage you to call Lake Park Dental and schedule […]Read More
Missing make many people feel self-conscious when they are out in public and want to smile or laugh. Some people put off visiting the dentist because they worry about the cost associated with fixing their teeth, but dental technology has evolved to include many surprisingly affordable options. One long-lasting solution is dental implants, which provide […]Read More
If you have missing teeth and have decided it’s time to replace them and restore confidence in your smile, you have options. Dr. Varipapa At Alexandria Art of Dentistry offers both dentures and dental implants, and before you make your choice, we want you to understand why investing in dental implants may be better in […]Read More
In today’s world, you have plenty of options when it comes to replacing missing teeth. Because each patient is unique, and every mouth is different, Dr. Trimble offers a variety of options to help you maintain and recreate a natural-looking, white smile. One option that is particularly beneficial for those with significant bone loss in […]Read More
Different restorations will be better for different patients. Although dentures are generally more affordable than full arch dental implants, the implants may be better in the long run. You should schedule a consultation with Dr. Jon Runion to learn all the ways dental implants may be better for you compared to dentures. Preserve Natural Facial […]Read More
Health and safety come in many forms, including oral health. This June, for National Safety Month, we encourage you to think about your mouth and teeth and what you can do to aid your health. Talking to a periodontist like Dr. Andres Sanchez about dental implants is a great step toward complete oral well being. Missing […]Read More
Many patients seek out dental implants because they look completely natural and will preserve the integrity of the underlying jawbone. One huge advantage is that dental implants can be used to effectively replace one, several or an entire arch of teeth. No matter how many teeth you have missing, you need to visit the office […]Read More
One question our periodontist in Miami, FL receives often is, “How much will dental implants cost?” Implants are a fantastic restoration that can last a lifetime, but naturally, they are an investment. They are certainly worth the price, and your personal dental implant cost can range drastically depending on the following factors. Extra Procedures Some […]Read More
Missing teeth are a serious dental issue, and not enough patients who suffer from tooth loss realize it. Once you lose a tooth, your entire bite begins to shift as your other teeth start taking advantage of the space created. This can lead to a substantial change in facial structure over time. If you want […]Read More
Have you lost teeth as a direct result of gum disease, tooth decay or injury? If so, you’re not alone. It’s estimated that over 170 million Americans are currently missing at least one tooth. Unfortunately, many of them don’t understand how serious tooth loss can be and how important it is to receive treatment as […]Read More