, Am I A Good Candidate For Dental Implants?, Implantation Dental Center

What Are Dental Implants

A dental implant allows a missing tooth to feel, look, and function like a regular tooth. Dentists attach a metal root into your jaw that allows an artificial tooth to be attached to it. When patients require dental implants a trained prosthodontist is very important for a successful procedure with as minimal pain as possible. Thousands of dentists from all over the world refer their patients to Dr. Hervas in Plantation, Florida. He is a highly skilled professional, that has maintained and improved generations of smiles. Never let dental flaws intimidate or hinder your self esteem again.

Qualified Dental Implant Candidates

One of the most obvious reasons for dental implants is a missing tooth or teeth. Our goal at Implantation Dental Center is to give you, the patient, a confident smile that resembles your real teeth. The final result is a smile so convincing that nobody will know they aren’t the teeth you were born with, unless you tell them.

Other reasons for dental implants may include….

1. Periodontal disease
2. Tooth decay
3. Gum disease
4. Smile enhancement
and much more…

What Can Prevent You From Getting Dental Implants

Successful dental implants depend on the ability to mount to your bones. There are a number of factors that will stop you from getting dental implants. In fact, cancer, smoking, radiation to the jaw, and alcoholism can cause you to be a non-candidate for dental implants. It is very important for you to tell your doctor about your full medical history and even the medications that you’re taking.

When And How Dental Implants Are Placed

When

A dental assessment is required before you can receive dental implants. Our office will take scans to determine if you’re a candidate for dental implants. At times, oral surgery or other treatments are required before dental implants can be placed. A study model is created for your teeth and your bite to ensure the proper installation of your implants.

How

Dental implants require a surgical procedure that places a small metal screw in your jaw line that creates root stimulation. After approximately 2 to 6 months the dentist can begin to attach the artificial tooth or teeth to its appropriate site in your jaw line. At this point in the procedure, you’ll have a revitalized award winning smile. Dr. Hervas offers free consultations to tell you if you quality for dental implants.

The Different Types Of Dental Implants

Single Tooth Replacement

Single dental implants are for a missing tooth. A custom crown is mounted or screwed to the abutment and this produces the part that you see. The new tooth will match the exact shade and shape of the surrounding teeth.

Multiple Teeth Replacement

If you have more than one missing tooth multiple fixed implants is a solution. A custom bridge is created that allows the connection. Once they’ve healed your tooth implants can be successfully mounted.

Removable Dentures Over Implants

If your entire top or bottom teeth are missing a customized implant can be created for you. However, only 4 implants can be added to support the top teeth. Your bone density has a major role in your candidacy for dental implants.

Dental implants are an increasingly popular way to improve your smile. Dental implants will allow you teeth to look and function in the same manner. The only difference is how they are attached to the surrounding bone. Your gum tissue may begin to grow onto the dental implants, this indicates that your tooth implants were successful.

You only have one smile and it is very important for you to protect it. Dental implants will assure you of an award winning smile that will give you back your confidence. Dental implants are also called artificial replacements for your teeth. You can pay for dental implants up front, or contact our office for information about medical lenders. Visit Dr. Hervas in Plantation, Florida to begin renewing your smile, today!

By Dr. Mauricio Hervas | September 5, 2016 | Comments: 0 | Dental implants

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