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Smiles are Made Complete With Dental Implants

No one wants the embarrassment of having a tooth missing, especially in the front of their smile. When teeth are missing, they can now be replaced with Dental Implants. Implants allow for the permanent replacement of missing teeth so a person’s smile can be made complete.

Implants Make Smiles Look Beautiful

When a person is missing teeth, they have options for replacement. Instead of a temporary bridge, they can have a permanent option with Dental Implants. An implant will last a lifetime as long as it is properly cared for. It is important a person weighs their option with their dentist so they can make a sound decision.

A surgical procedure begins the process of replacing the tooth with an implant. During this procedure, the dentist places the base of the implant into the empty socket. This placement is crucial for ensuring the implant will be strong enough to stand up to the chewing pressure of the jaws.

The implant base is made of titanium. This is the metal of choice because it is one of the few metals that will be accepted by the body and allow for bone cell growth around it. Once the implant base is in place, it must go through the bonding process which takes a few months to fully finish.

The Parts of the Implant Make It Strong

There are three main parts to every implant:

  • The titanium base acts as the strong root for the implant.
  • The abutment joins the implant base with the prosthetic tooth.
  • The prosthetic tooth is the only visible portion that lies above the gum line.

Once bonding has taken place with the implant base, the dentist will apply the abutment and help a patient choose their prosthetic tooth. The tooth is made to look, feel, and perform just like a natural tooth would.

If you are tired of your smile being incomplete, now is your opportunity to overcome this issue. With implants, you can have a full set of teeth that look beautifully natural and give you back your confidence. For further information on implants, visit us Ask for your appointment today.