Dental Implants

Glendale Dental Implants

 

What is a dental implant?

Dental implants are the best long-term solution for missing teeth. Our doctors use a medical-grade titanium implant fixture that actually fuses to living bone, and place a permanent crown on the implant, resulting in teeth that look and feel completely natural.

Why dental implants?

Losing one or more of your teeth creates a gap in your smile, affects your ability to chew properly, and can alter your diet and nutrition. When a tooth is lost, the jawbone beneath it begins to shrink (or atrophy) and becomes brittle from lack of exercise. Not only does losing a tooth affect your smile, it also changes the shape of your face causing you to look prematurely aged.

 

How much do dental implants cost?

The charge for tooth replacement with dental implants relies on upon a few variables, including the amount of teeth being supplanted and the amount of dental implants needed to backing your replacement teeth. Some extra methodology may be needed preceding the arrangement of your dental implants to guarantee the long haul health of your dental implants. To acquire a particular expense gauge, it is important to have a doctor inspect your mouth. After an exhaustive indicative examination, your dental practitioner will prescribe the treatment that is best for you.

Who is a Candidate?

Any individual who is missing one or more teeth because of injury, disease or tooth rot may be an applicant for dental implants. The deciding variable is the measure of accessible bone. Your dental practitioner is the best individual to assess whether dental implants are a practical answer for you.

Is old age a problem?

Once in a while, older patients express worry that their age may keep them from appreciating the profits of dental implants. Be that as it may, health is to a greater degree a deciding component than age. In case you're healthy enough to have a tooth concentrated, you're likely healthy enough to get dental implants. Certain ceaseless diseases may contraindicate dental insert treatment. Your dental practitioner will figure out whether you are an applicant for dental implants after a watchful assessment of your dental and health history.

What are the advantages of dental implants over dentures or a dental bridge?

Strong and stable, a dental implant restores a lost tooth so that it looks, feels, fits and functions like a natural tooth. Other options can lead to bone deterioration, and may interfere with eating, smiling, speaking and other activities of everyday life.

Traditional, tooth-supported dental bridges only last five to seven years, and with proper care often more than 10 years, but at some point they may need to be replaced. While dental implants may need periodic adjustments, they can last a lifetime when properly placed and cared for over time.

Dental implants allow you to keep your teeth where they belong – in your mouth. And no more worrying that your dentures might slip or fall out. Brush, floss and care for teeth that have been replaced using dental implants exactly the way you would natural teeth – in your mouth.

Adjusting to removable dentures can mean struggling to pronounce everyday words. Not so with dental implants, which function like natural teeth.

Dentures may slip when you eat, talk, smile, laugh, kiss, yawn or cough, so that you have to “reposition” them back into place in the mouth. Dental implants are fixed in place and fuse naturally with your jawbone, meaning your replacement teeth won’t move, click or shift. 

 Dental implant treatment has a track record of reliable, long-term successful outcomes and is often considered “more predictable” than other treatments to repair or replace missing teeth, including bridgework, removable appliances and retreatment of failing root canal (endodontic) therapy.

Will my new teeth look natural?

 A face without teeth can sag and appear sunken and sad. Dental implants allow you to maintain the natural shape of your face and smile with natural color. 

Will I be able to chew with the same force and pressure I use with my natural teeth?

Taste and enjoy the foods you love without hesitation. You can bite naturally, eat virtually anything you want and, unlike removable dentures that can feel uncomfortable, you can experience the full taste of the food you eat with dental implants, too.