Missing teeth gives a horrifying experience to everyone. An ideal solution for patients who have lost one or more teeth is dental implants. Described in basic terms, dental implants offer the most reliable, secure and alluring tooth replacement option for missing teeth. At NJ Smiles Dental in New Jersey, we build your smiles through implants by our professional dentists who leaves no stone unturned and offering you the desired results and comfortable experience. Our implant surgeons are providing services in oral and maxillofacial surgery along with the complete expertise in placement and alimentation of implants. You will be entirely at ease in every phase of the treatment.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots created out of titanium posts, placed on the victim's jawbone for supporting naturally appearing replacement teeth. This approach is the best one, whether for one missing tooth or several or complete arch.
Presenting numerous benefits to patients, dental implants prove to be the most recommended solution for missing teeth. Implants are sturdy, durable and offer an aesthetically pleasing appearance which tends dentist and patients to choose them over other replacement options. Listed below are some of the common advantages of dental implants:
We provide an exhaustive range of options for implants as per your needs. If you have a single missing tooth, several teeth in a quadrant or full arch, we make sure you receive the option which offers you the best possible outcome.
The single implant replaces an individual missing tooth which offers a natural appearance and functioning like your own real teeth. For this procedure, three components are consisted - the implant itself, the abutment, and the crown to be placed on the top. All these three components are not placed in a single appointment. Once the implant is placed with the jawbone, it follows the topping of the dental crown that matches the same colour and size as the neighbouring teeth.
If you have lost your multiple teeth, you can either use single implants to replace each gap or an implant bridge for restoring your smile. Here, about 2 to 6 implants can be used for securing a single restoration.
With innovations in dental technology, now your full set of teeth can be replaced in a single procedure with all-on-four implants. These implants are fully personalized to give the best fit, colour and shape to your restorations. Depending on the case, it will be decided whether four or six implants will be used to replace the entire upper or lower jaw. Our dentists have huge expertise and successful records in All-on-four dental implant surgeries.
At first, our dentist for dental implants will consult with the patient and mostly an x-ray will be done to determine whether he/she was a suitable candidate for implants or not. Once the dentist finds out that an implant is an ideal option, your mouth will be prepared to get the surgery done. We will use a local anesthetic to numb the area while placing the implants for you to feel minimal or no discomfort. After the placement of the implants, your bones will take around 3 to 6 months to fuse with the bone. At your final visit, you will get your amazing customized prosthetic teeth attached to the implants giving you a rejuvenating experience.
At NJ Smiles, we understand that patients are often anxious and scared regarding dental implant treatment, which prevents them from receiving the treatment. Here we assist our patients by offering them various safe sedation options that will enable the treatment to be done quickly and easily.
If you have any other doubts regarding dental implants, feel free to contact us today to know more about it. We will even help you fix your appointment.
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