Dental implants from Park Avenue Dental offer reconstructive dental solutions to patients who have lost teeth for any number of reasons. Our implants are custom-created to match your smile and offer a sturdy and permanent solution for those looking to restore their smile.
What are Dental Implants?
Also known as endosseous implants or fixtures, dental implants are surgical components, usually made of titanium, that replace the roots of a tooth by being bonded with the bone of the jaw in order to support dental prostheses such as crowns, bridges, and dentures. The types of implants include full upper replacement, anterior replacement, full lower replacement, and single tooth replacement. Dental implants upgrade the dental health of patients suffering from missing teeth or who struggle with traditional dentures.
How do Dental Implants Work?
Dental implants are appliances that are implanted directly into the jaw. They are sturdy and function just like normal teeth. Dentists prepare the area of the mouth for the implant by removing the decayed tooth. After the area is sufficiently healed, the dentist then prepares the jaw bone for the implant. The implant is then placed, and the dentist creates a tooth mold to match the existing teeth.
Benefits of Dental Implants
Implants that look and feel just like natural teeth are custom-made to fit your mouth, and they fully integrate with the bone in order to retain the highest levels of strength and security. In addition to restoring your smile, dental implants offer many other benefits including:
- Elevated self-esteem
- Improved appearance of the mouth and smile
- Eliminated speech problems
- Supported facial skeleton and soft tissue
- Improved eating abilities
- Long-term oral health
- Permanent solution as opposed to dentures
Dental Implants at Park Avenue Dental
If you are considering dental implants and are curious about the procedure, contact Park Avenue Dental to schedule a consultation. We can assess your needs and help you decide if dental implants are the best choice for your dental care.