Implant Dentistry

If you’re living with missing teeth, simple tasks like speaking and chewing can be a tedious chore. There are so many problems that arise from missing teeth that it’s recommended to replace them as soon as possible and any restoration is better than none at all.

The Best Option

Dental implants provide exclusive benefits that aren’t found in the other restorative treatments. On the short term, implants are the most realistic looking restoration. They can maximize your chewing ability so you can eat normally and enjoy the foods you want. In the long term, dental implants are the only restoration that prevents your jawbone from shrinking and causing you to look older. Explore the reasons why implant dentistry is the ultimate solution to your missing teeth.

The Dental Implant Advantage – 5 Reasons They’re the Best Choice

  1. Dental implants integrate seamlessly with your jawbone
  2. Your dental implants are permanent and designed to last a lifetime
  3. You can eat anything you want with confidence with your dental implants
  4. Maintaining dental implants is as simple as brushing and flossing
  5. Dental implants are the most natural looking restorative treatment

The Key to the Strength of Dental Implants: Osseointegration

The reason for the unmatched durability and stability of dental implants is due to a process called osseointegration. This refers to the fact that titanium has the unique ability to seamlessly fuse together with human bone. The titanium fixture is inserted through the gums and into the jawbone, and from there, it begins to integrate, forming an incredibly tight, reliable bond. This process makes many implant surgeries possible and is crucial for dental implants.

Dental Implants – Understanding the Process

While some candidates may require a supplemental procedure before they can qualify for dental implants, every patient who undergoes treatment proceeds through the following steps:

  1. Consultation with Dr. Hart
  2. Initial Surgery: The Fixture is Placed into the Bone
  3. Recovery and Osseointegration Period (3-6 months)
  4. Second Surgery: Abutment and Restoration are Attached

Your New Smile is Just a Phone Call Away

Living with missing teeth can detract from your quality of life in numerous ways. From your teeth crowding together to your face changing shape over time, it’s highly recommended to avoid these problems by replacing your missing teeth as soon as possible. Dental implants can put an end to your oral health problems, completely restoring chewing function and boosting your quality of life. Contact Dr. Hart today to schedule a consultation to see if this remarkable treatment is right for you.