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Published on: 17 Sep 2016 by rozamason
If you currently wear full dentures and
dread putting them in each morning then you might be interested to learn about
dental implants and how this treatment could help you. Dental implants are the
most advanced way to replace missing teeth and offer a good long-term solution,
particularly for anyone who has loose or uncomfortable dentures or who simply
wishes to have teeth that are permanently in place.
of Dental Implants
By using dental implants, you could get
rid of your denture completely, replacing it with a fixed arch of teeth that
will be permanently in position and which can only be removed by a dentist here
at the Midtown Dental Group.
Imagine no longer having to take out your teeth every night and being able to
eat all those foods that are off the menu with dentures. It’s possible for you
to enjoy the sensation of having teeth that are firmly fixed in position and
which will look and feel just like your own. It’s little wonder that dental
implants are a popular choice for replacing teeth.
Is the Procedure for Dental Implants?
To insert the dental implants into your
jawbone, a small surgical procedure is required, but don’t let that put you off
as we will ensure you are kept completely pain-free and comfortable during this
treatment. Before surgery we do need to carry out a number of diagnostic tests
to make sure dental implants are the best option for you and these include
x-rays and a CT scan. These tests are vital when planning your surgery as they
enable our periodontist nyc
to decide exactly where to place your dental implants to give the very best
results. All this preplanning helps to ensure the surgical procedure proceeds
quickly and smoothly so it will be more comfortable for you.
Your New Teeth
Once your new dental implants are in
place then they do need to heal. During this time we can provide you with
temporary teeth so there is no need to worry that you won’t be able to eat or
talk during this time. Once your implants have fully healed, then you will
receive your new dental bridge. This is made from the highest quality materials
and may be screwed or cemented in place. It might sound strange to hear that
your bridge will be screwed in position but in fact this can be a very good
option as it allows us to retrieve the bridge if you need any repairs or
adjustments, or if it simply needs cleaning. The screw holes are covered up
with tooth colored composite resin so they are invisible.
When making your new teeth, we closely
liaise with our dental laboratory to ensure you get a restoration that is just
right for you. Your new bridge will be fully customized so it compliments your
facial features and provides just the right amount of support for your cheeks
and lips. If you currently wear an old and broken down denture then it’s quite
possible that your new bridge will help rejuvenate your
facial features and this can be an extremely nice side effect of having new
teeth. Why put up with old and ill-fitting dentures any longer? An initial
consultation with one of our dentists will tell you much more about dental
implants and within just a few short months you could be enjoying your new