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Dental Implants

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Dental Implants provide the best option for a patient with missing teeth and/or teeth that need to be extracted and replaced. Dental Implants last the longest out of any other tooth replacement option. This is due to the composition of the implant itself. It is comprised of a titanium screw that securely holds the implant in place. The implant is then covered with a porcelain crown that alters the appearance of the implant to make it appear as natural as possible. The amazing feature of dental implants is that they not only allow the tooth to be replaced and have a great appearance, they also ensure future problems do not arise. This is due to the implants helping to support the existing bone in the affected area, which subsequently leads to an overall stronger bone/tooth composition. Dental Implants allow the patient to achieve a 95% success rate, even when the damage and decay is severe. There are three dental implants that Silver Sage Family Dentistry offers:

Single Tooth ReplacementsMulti-Tooth ReplacementsImplant-Supported Dentures
Single Tooth Replacements
This option provides the best success rate for the patient. The beauty of single-tooth implants is that they do not decay or require root canal treatments. Essentially, it’s a completely new tooth.
Multi-Tooth Replacements
This option is similar to single-tooth replacements, however, it is only required when three or more teeth are affected by decay and damage. Once again, this is a stronger, more resilient option; as the implant itself is resistant to decay.
Implant-Supported Dentures
This option will replace entire jawlines on the top or bottom rows and will be much stronger than the standard set of dentures. Due to their locked-in position, they do not adjust or move when speaking or eating.

The instance of a dental implant failing is extremely rare. However, if it does fail, it will most likely be caused by poor oral hygiene habits or incessant teeth-grinding that over time can cause the dental implant to weaken and thus result in a damaged implant that will need to be immediately corrected.

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