We all enjoy smiling, right? Well, maybe not. But we all can’t deny how contagious a smile is. It’s a message to the world, a mood booster, and a natural anxiety reducer. However, those of us who don’t enjoy smiling may be trying to hide poor dental health like missing, broken, or decaying teeth. Some people have to use removable dental devices and are afraid of them slipping out of place or even falling out.
You should be able to smile and to help you achieve your best smile; dental implants may be the right choice.
The process to place a dental implant is fairly simple: medical-grade titanium post, called the implant, is surgically placed into the jaw bone, which integrates with your natural bone over the course of several weeks. This process is called osseointegration, and it is an essential part of the dental implant process. An abutment and a crown are secured in place at the same time as the implant so you can leave our office with an immediately restored smile.
Dental implants are undeniably an excellent solution to restoring a lost tooth, but if you have multiple missing, decaying, or broken teeth, single dental implants are not your best option. The All-on-4® Treatment Concept is a type of dental implant placement process that results in full-arch restoration, making it the ideal solution for patients experiencing widespread dental problems. It is a popular solution because it provides quick, life-changing results. After your short surgical procedure, you will have a minimal recovery period before enjoying your new set of beautiful and permanent teeth.
You should be able to express yourself and enjoy smiling. Imagine eating the foods you love without worrying about a removable dental prosthesis falling out. All of these benefits are without a doubt something to smile about.
Our surgeons and their surgical team are confident that they can help you find your best smile with the right dental implant treatment plan. After a thorough oral examination, he will determine your best option so you can experience the ideal outcome.
Please contact our office today to schedule your consultation.