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What are Dental Implants and why are they for me?

The Truth About Dental Implants

Dental implants are used to replace the root of a missing tooth. Acting as a foundation for a new tooth, the implant is placed into the jaw and allowed to fuse with the surrounding bone. This is called the “integration period” and generally takes about 8 weeks. Following the “integration period” you will have the new crown, denture or permanent teeth affixed to the implant. With this treatment, replacing your tooth is fast, easy and pain-free with dental implants.

Understand that you will NEVER leave our office without a nice pretty smile or without teeth. You might have temporary teeth for a short time, but never will you have to hide your smile!

Generally, implants are made from titanium. This material will bond easily with the bone making it great for use in implants. One advantage of a dental implant is that it can be used to replace one tooth or many teeth.

Just about anyone can get dental implants, even those patients who’ve been told they have a “difficult” situation.

The best part is, dental implants feel, look and work like normal teeth. That means that you can eat anything you want!

While the dental implant process is actually quite straightforward, you do want to choose the option that best fits your specific situation. There is no “best” choice, there is only the best choice for you.

Most importantly, you need to know the questions to ask to make sure you select the provider that is right for you.

The primary tool to help you make the right decision for you is information. Information about your options and about why you might choose one over the other.

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