A smile speaks volumes. It is a universal symbol that is completely contagious. It’s also a mood booster and stress reliever. But if you find yourself not smiling, the reason may be due to missing, broken, or decayed teeth. Or you may have a temporary bridge or denture that you feel doesn’t fit right or is uncomfortable. Maybe it slips or makes noises when you speak.
You shouldn’t have to worry about your smile. Have you considered a dental implant procedure? Dental implants work by replacing a missing tooth (or a few teeth) with a prosthesis.
The procedure itself is simple: the implant is made of medical-grade titanium is surgically placed into the jaw bone. A natural process called osseointegration occurs, which integrates the implant with your natural bone and is an important part in the dental implant process. After you have healed for some time, an abutment and a crown are secured in place at the same time so you will be leaving our office with an instantly restored smile.
For those of you who have widespread oral health problems, including missing, broken or decaying teeth, you may need the All-on-4® procedure. This procedure is the best solution for those who have multiple teeth issues with the only option being a full-arch restoration.
The All-on-4® is a popular solution because of the quick, long-term results. While single dental implant is great for replacing an individual tooth, the All-on-4® replaces all of your upper or lower teeth with a short surgical procedure. Patients experience a minimal recovery period and are extremely happy with their new, secure, natural-looking, and permanent results.
Everyone deserves to be able to eat their favorite foods and not worry about temporary solutions falling out. Plus, everyone should be able to express themselves comfortably. All of those benefits are something to smile about and dental implants offer those benefits and more.
We are confident we can help you find your best smile with the right dental implant treatment plan and procedure that’s right for you. Please contact our office today to schedule your consultation.