It’s easy to see why teeth implants are the preferred treatment of choice for dental restorations. Modern technology makes it possible to restore your smile, using materials that mimic the feel and appearance of your natural tooth.
If you are missing one or more teeth, then it’s time to talk to our dental team at Dental Design Group. We’ll help you determine the optimal dental restorations to fit your unique needs. Available services include dental implants, as well as dentures, crowns, and more. With a tooth implant you can enjoy an improved appearance and overall function of your smile.
Why should you select implants if you need dental restorations? The benefits are undeniable. In addition to improving the aesthetics of your smile, implants are helpful to restore function for talking and eating.
Implants are the best solution if you want a tooth replacement that lasts a lifetime. They are strong and durable, giving you the confidence to know that your new tooth will hold up for the rest of your life with good care. Additionally, the placement of the implant post into your jawbone is helpful to reduce the risk of bone loss and deterioration.
The treatment process requires multiple steps to replace missing teeth. First, we place a post into the jawbone to act as the root of the tooth. It takes time for this post to integrate into place, so you will need a few months of healing time before the implant procedure is complete. Finally, the restoration is placed on top of the post, such as a crown or bridge to replace the missing teeth.
If you are missing one or more teeth, then you are likely a candidate for implants. We also evaluate other factors, such as the bone density and location for the implant placement.
Each situation varies, which is why it’s best to talk to your insurance provider before the implant treatment. You might qualify for partial coverage through your dental insurance plan. Otherwise, speak to us about available financing options.
A quality implant will last a lifetime. The key is to maintain healthy gums to ensure a strong foundation for the implant. Be consistent about good oral habits at home and regular check-ups with your dentist.