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The quality of one’s smile can deteriorate with age. Since our teeth are important to us for both aesthetics and function, this method has become the number one way of replacing missing teeth. Dental implants can be prescribed to individuals with broken or missing teeth, whom want their results to last a lifetime. Implants can also be considered by patients who are dealing with various aesthetic concerns such as stains, discolorations, minor malpositions and rotations.
What are implants?
Implants are surgical grade titanium posts that are surgically placed beneath your gums to replace the roots of teeth that have been extracted in the past. After placement, the implants fuse to the bone and act as artificial tooth roots. Replacement teeth are then attached to the implants. The treatment is usually completed over a period of several months, depending on the healing process of any given individual. During
What are the benefits of implants?
One key benefit of implants is that they become a part of your jaw, offering stable support to either fixed or removable teeth. Dentures, bridges or individual teeth mounted to the implants won't slip or shift in your mouth. You will enjoy better nutrition and improved speech as a result of your new dental implants.
The secure fit of implant-supported crowns and bridges feels much more natural than conventional dentures or partial dentures. In addition, you will also find the stability of implant-supported dentures to be far more comfortable than removable dentures.
While high-tech in nature, dental implants are actually more tooth-saving than traditional bridgework since implants do not rely on neighboring teeth for support.
How can I tell if implants are the right choice for me?
We can help determine that. As part of a thorough evaluation, Dr. Gulde will check the condition of your mouth, the supporting bone in your jaws and the way your upper and lower teeth fit together. Dr. Gulde may gather additional information by taking dental X-rays or making models of your teeth. This information will help determine whether you are a good candidate for dental implants.
Of course, please don't hesitate to contact our office at (352)602-4235 if you need any additional assistance... We would love to hear from you and are happy to help in any way we can!