Get Big Results With Mini Dental Implants
There’s nothing better to us than seeing our patients’ smiles. We are fortunate to be able to see people smile — real, genuine smiles — sometimes for the first time in years after they complete a tooth replacement procedure in our New Albany, IN, dentist office.
And thanks to mini dental implants, we are able to see even more of those smiles than ever before.
Do you already have dentures? Are you thinking of getting dentures? Do you need one or a few teeth replaced? Mini implants may be just what you need.
When Going Small Is The Right Call
We’ve all heard this saying at one time or another: “Bigger is better.”
The thing is, we also know that isn’t really the case.
Going small can have just as much or even more of an impact in many cases. So, how does this relate to tooth replacement?
Many people don’t realize how complex tooth loss can be. Your teeth do a lot of things. They are stars of your smile. They allow you to bite into and chew up a wide variety of foods.
And they help you keep your jaw healthy.
With each bite you take and chew you make, your roots press into your jaw. This sends a signal to that bone to create new tissue. Through this process, your jaw replaces old tissue and maintains its shape and size.
This is why people who are missing teeth or people with traditional dentures can look as though their mouths are sinking in over time.
Dental implants can prevent further bone loss. Implants take the place of your missing roots. They also provide the same function, which includes keeping your jaw healthy.
Unfortunately, some people’s jaws are no longer big enough to support full-size dental implants.
If you are one of them, mini implants can be a lifeline to a restored smile. New Albany Implants can help. To get started, all you need to do is call 888-804-6366 to make an appointment.
What Mini Implants Can Do
To put it simply, mini implants can do everything that other dental implants can do.
If you are missing an entire arch of teeth, mini implants can hold your dentures securely in place.
If you are missing multiple teeth, mini implants may be just what you need to keep your dental bridge secure.
And if you are missing a single tooth, a mini implant can provide the support that you need.
But that doesn’t really explain what mini implants can do. Mini implants can give you back your quality of life.
They can restore your self-confidence by restoring your smile. They can take away your worries that your replacement teeth could fall out when you start to tell that story from your last vacation or you address the audience at your daughter’s wedding.
And they can take away your hesitation about ordering what you really want the next time you dine out with your family and friends.
With mini implants, you can trust that your replacement teeth will stay right where you want them to be.
The Right Solution For You
At New Albany Implants, we place more than 500 dental implants per year, and we are happy to say that we have a 98 percent success rate.
One the big reasons for that is we take the time to find the right solution for each patient.
This starts with your initial consultation. We listen to you. We want to know what your concerns are, and what you would like to change.
We use the most advanced technology, like the Galileos 3D CAT Scan. We are one of about 500 dentist offices in the country with this equipment. It allows us to do see much more than we can with a standard X-ray.
The Galileos allows us to create a three-dimensional image of your teeth and jaw. This way we can determine what kind of dental implants will work for you and precisely plan the procedure.
Throughout the process, we welcome and encourage any questions you may have. We know and understand that teeth replacement is a big decision. You deserve to understand what will happen.
That’s why Dr. Ron Receveur also makes patient education an essential part of your treatment. We don’t want you to leave with a new smile. We want you to keep that smile for life.
Call us 888-804-6366 today or contact us online to make an appointment at New Albany Implants.