Are Dental Implants right for you?
Learn about what dental implants are, the process, recovery and some common questions answered.
What are dental Implants?
Dental implants are man-made substitutions for the root structure of natural teeth.
Unlike traditional bridges or dentures, (that sit directly on top of the gum) dentists place implants directly into the jawbone.
Dental implants can be used to enhance or restore a patient’s smile. They replace missing teeth and provide a fixed solution.
Wells Family Dental Group implants are the best choice to restore or enhance your smile because they look, fit, feel, and function like your natural teeth. They also help to ensure a healthy mouth for years to come.
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Step by Step Guide
Dental Implant Procedure
3D XRAY (CT)
SURGICAL GUIDE FABRICATION (OPTIONAL)
TOOTH REMOVAL AND GRAFTING (IF TOOTH PRESENT)
IMPLANT PLACEMENT (OPTIONAL)
IMPRESSION FOR IMPLANT ABUTMENT AND CROWN
DELIVERY OF IMPLANT ABUTMENT AND CROWN
Dental implants can take anywhere from a couple of days to a few months depending on the number of teeth that need replacing.
What to expect
Dental Implant Process
An initial surgery to create molds of the bone, gum tissue, and teeth spacing (and, if necessary, placing “posts” to hold the artificial teeth).
After some rest time, the artificial teeth are fitted in one or two sessions.
Following one more rest period, the artificial teeth are permanently installed.
Once the dental implant treatment is finished, we will give further instructions to properly care for your implant.
From start to finish, Dr. Woll will walk you through the process and make sure you are comfortable and understand your options.
Implant-supported single tooth
When a patient needs one or more teeth replaced, single implants are the best option for longevity when it comes to your health and maximum stability.
Patients who need multiple teeth replaced might be best suited with a bridge that prevents significant shifting.
If a patient needs an entirely new row of upper and/or lower teeth, an implant-supported denture is the most secure denture solution.
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