Dental Implants Video
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What is a Dental Implant ?
Implants are the modern day solution for fixing a missing tooth or oral bone loss. A dental implant is a small prosthetic post or anchor placed into the bone of the upper or lower jaw. It differs from dental bridges because an implant actually replaces the root portion of the lost tooth and can act as an anchor for other replacement teeth. We guarantee a comfortable fit and a completely natural look.
What are the Benefits of Dental Implants ?
Not only can they be aesthetic and give you a confident smile, they can also:
- take the place of old or damaged dental crowns
- be an alternative to dentures
- help you function normally when eating food
How Can Implants Improve My Health?
Because missing a tooth or several teeth can cause you inconvenience while eating certain foods such as fresh vegetables & fruits. And is this situation persists, your overall health and nutrition could be at risk. Many times denture wearing patients lose a portion of their ability to taste foods and chewing can be difficult and painful. Dental implants function more like teeth and they offer the benefit of better health due to improved nutrition and taste and proper digestion.
Can a dental implant change my smile?
Absolutely! We can make a custom dental crown in a day. We have an in-house lab making your wait for a beautiful smile short. An implant is the most completely natural look you can achieve with cosmetic dentistry. The fit of your implant will be comfortable and appear natural in relation to its neighboring teeth and your smile. You’ll have a smile transformation that you won’t believe!
Want more info? To read more about a single tooth replacement this is the Biomet3i company documentation.
And if you have multiple teeth with issues, read about multiple teeth replacement here.
Are Implants right for me ?
To be fit for implants, you will need to have a healthy jawbone and oral tissue. If you have had a regular teeth cleaning and dental checkups, then the next step is to call our dental office to discuss whether dental implants will help you retain yoursmile. If you have any question regarding the cost of dental implants, the process please contact Drs. Eidelson.
Are Dental Implants difficult to care for ?
Your implants are designed to last for a long time and are cared for with regular brushing and flossing, just like your natural teeth. Caring for non-implant teeth replacements such as dentures can be less convenient compared with implants—you do not need any specific toothpastes, glues, or dental adhesives.
Dental Implants Procedure
How Dental Implants work
The photo above shows an x-ray of a dental implant. How they work is simple: an implant will replace the root of your tooth and provide a stable base for a dental implant crown to be attached.
Contact Us to Learn More about Dental Implants
We will be happy to answer any questions you have about dental implants and whether you’re a good candidate. Contact our Center City Philadelphia Dentist Office either online or call: 215-627-0456
If you’re a new patient, please take advantage of our new patient specials and get a complimentary consultation.