Dental Implants are a more permanent and attractive solution for your missing teeth
Dental implants are a long-lasting solution for replacing your missing teeth. This cosmetic dentistry treatment restores your tooth function. Dental Implants can also improve your appearance and can reduce your risk of additional oral health problems.
Your implant also provides a more permanent solution for tooth loss than dentures and dental bridges. Therefore, ask our dentists at AZ Cosmetic and Family Dentistry about the advantages of dental implants.
What to Expect
Dental Implants are secure and strong
Dental implants work in cooperation with your existing bone and gum tissue at the location of your missing tooth. Your implant is crafted from titanium to create a new tooth root. The titanium post (implant) is surgically placed into your jawbone beneath your gum line. During a healing period, the post (implant) adapts to your jawbone forming a strong, new tooth root. A dental crown is then secured to the top of the implant following a necessary healing period. Your crown forms a new, functional, and attractive tooth.
Implants are also a cost-saving option. For instance, dental implants can be used to anchor and support a denture (implant-supported denture) as a cost-effective long-term tooth replacement solution.
Dental Implants look like your natural teeth
Your dental implant closely resembles your natural and surrounding teeth. Because it actually integrates into your bone and gum tissue your implant also functions as your natural tooth would.
- Preserve your bone and gum health
- Protect your surrounding teeth from damage
- Prevent your face and jaws from appearing sunken
- Avoid additional treatment costs associated with tooth loss
Easy care and low maintenance
Dental implants require the same care and treatment as your natural teeth. Brush and floss your implant as you do your surrounding teeth.
Also, stay consistent with your dental examinations and teeth cleanings. These routine appointments allow our dentists to check the function of your implant and to maintain the health of your teeth and gums.
Contact our Glendale cosmetic and family dentistry office about dental implants.
Schedule a consultation to discuss your tooth replacement solutions. A dental examination and digital x-rays can provide an accurate perspective on your bone and gum health necessary for dental implant treatment.
Contact our dental office to schedule your consultation.