More and more people are interested to know about dental implants. Dental implants are an effective solution for replacing missing teeth. Individuals suffer from tooth loss due to poor oral hygiene, tooth decay, periodontal diseases, injuries, or use of tobacco.
Missing teeth affect how your face look, your diet, your speech and even your social life. You facial muscles will sag due to the lack of support when it’s missing a full set of teeth. It’s difficult to chew without choppers to bite into your food.
Your New Albany dentist offers treatment option for the toothless. Dental implants are replacement tooth roots that are surgically inserted into the jawbone. Dr. Ron Receveur offers treatment options for replacing a single tooth, multiple teeth, all teeth and bone augmentation. He performs dental implants, mini implants, teeth-in-a-day, removable or snap-on teeth and the One Day Smile Solution.
Dr. Receveur participates in advanced post-doctoral education in dentistry. He attended various training seminars and classes including Nobel Implant Training, Sterile Technique for Implantology, Bone Grafting and All-on-4 clinical residency under the supervision of Dr. Paulo Malo, the brains behind All-on-4 prosthetics.
Dental implants require expertise in planning, surgery and restoration. Consultations with your New Albany dentist are essential in achieving a successful treatment. He will carefully examine your teeth, gums and mouth using the latest equipment such as the Galileos 3D CT Scan, Digital X-ray Schick Technology and Intra-oral camera and CEREC CAD/CAM Technology. These state-of-the-art equipment are reliable, accurate and precise. This fulfills his goal of delivering the highest dental care and providing treatment plans tailored made for each patient.
Candidates need to undergo proper assessment. An ideal candidate is one who has a natural healthy bone to support dental implants.
Individuals with dental anxiety may also inquire about sedation dentistry, to help them calm down during treatment. There’s no need to worry about pain, smell or taste during a procedure when you’re under sedation.