Missing teeth can compromise your ability to chew properly, alter speech patterns, and even cause adjacent teeth to shift. Dental implants, a cutting-edge solution, replace missing teeth, restoring function and aesthetics. Our implant surgery is a transformative procedure that completes your smile, offering long-lasting and lifelike results.
When Do You Need Implant Surgery?
Implant surgery is recommended for individuals who have lost teeth for reasons like injury, decay, or gum disease. Whether you have a single missing tooth or multiple teeth, implant surgery offers a reliable and durable solution.
Our team of experienced dentists will thoroughly assess your dental condition, considering factors like bone density, oral health, and overall suitability for the procedure. Don't worry if you're not familiar with the process – we'll explain everything in a friendly and understandable way to ensure you feel confident and well-informed about your treatment options.
How Does Implant Surgery Work?
Implant surgery involves several steps. First, we begin with a thorough consultation, where our friendly team evaluates your oral health and listens to your treatment goals. Next, we create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs using state-of-the-art imaging techniques.
During the surgical procedure, we place biocompatible titanium implants into your jawbone, which will act as artificial tooth roots. Over time, the implants undergo osseointegration, a natural process where they fuse with your jawbone and create a stable foundation for your new teeth.
Finally, we complete the restoration phase by attaching customized dental crowns, bridges, or dentures to the implants, resulting in a beautiful and fully functional smile. Our skilled dental professionals ensure your comfort, safety, and satisfaction through each step of the implant surgery process.
Tips for Implant Surgery Recovery
- Maintain a soft-food diet for the initial days after surgery.
- Avoid smoking and consuming alcoholic beverages, as they can hinder healing.
- Use warm saltwater to rinse your mouth and keep the surgical area clean.
- Avoid strenuous physical activities that may impact the healing process.
- Attend all follow-up appointments to ensure proper monitoring of your recovery.
Call to Schedule an Implant Surgery and Restore Your Smile
Don't let missing teeth affect your smile and oral health; schedule a visit to Jenkins Family Dentistry! We're ready to answer your questions and provide high-quality restorative services. Contact us today to book your appointment!