Dental Implants

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What’s Are Dental Implants?

Whether you’ve lost a tooth in an accident or from decay and wear-and-tear, implants can help you get back to smiling confidently again. An implant is a synthetic tooth root that is surgically placed into the jawbone. The titanium root is completely healthy for your mouth and is the material of choice for virtually all replacement bone surgeries due to how well it pairs with human bone. A replacement tooth is fixed to the titanium post and fixed to your mouth. It can either be attached or removable, but the permanent option is typically more stable and feels more like your natural teeth.

Getting implants is significantly easier if you are a non-smoker with good oral health and have healthy gums.

Single or Multiple Implants

Implants can be used for one tooth or multiple, depending on your specific situation. A row of teeth can often be supported by just a few implants. If you’re missing all of your teeth, they can also be used to support a full mouth denture permanently.

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Single or Multiple Implants

Implants can be used for one tooth or multiple, depending on your specific situation. A row of teeth can often be supported by just a few implants. If you’re missing all of your teeth, they can also be used to support a full mouth denture permanently.

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Dr. Desai has been creating beautiful smiles in College Park for over 20 years with a friendly, knowledgable team by her side.

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Advantages Over Dentures or Bridges

Implants are sturdy because they are fixed to the bone. Conventional dentures and bridges may not feel as natural as ones that are put in using implants. Also, bridges use the neighboring teeth as support for the replacement tooth which means that they typically only last seven to ten years. Implants are virtually always a permanent solution that will last your entire lifetime.

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How to Take Care of Dental Implants

Dental implants should be treated exactly the same as your natural teeth. Utilize the same daily brushing and flossing as well as the same amount of regular checkups at our Orlando office. While they’ll typically last a lifetime, the better you take care of your implants, the better they will look and function during that time.

How to Take Care of Dental Implants

Dental implants should be treated exactly the same as your natural teeth. Utilize the same daily brushing and flossing as well as the same amount of regular checkups at our Orlando office. While they’ll typically last a lifetime, the better you take care of your implants, the better they will look and function during that time.

Implant Services

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Autogenous Bone Grafting

Occasionally, the area in which the implant is meant to be doesn’t have enough bone to support it. We will instead “borrow” bone from another part of your mouth to place in the required area.

Implant site development

Implant Site Development

During an extraction of a tooth, it’s common to have lost bone around the tooth. In the same procedure as the extraction, we can remedy this to prepare for an implant at a later date.

Computer enhanced treatment planning

Computer-Enhanced Treatment Planning

Our specialized software allows us to see a dental CT scan of your mouth and bone structure, bone quality, and bone quantity to achieve the best possible placement for your dental implants.

Signus lift augmentation

Sinus Lift Augmentation

After the loss of the upper back teeth, your sinuses may enlarge, causing an air-filled space instead of solid bone. The sinus lift augmentation is a surgery that replaces this area with the necessary bone. After a 9-12 month recovery period, the implants can be administered.

Implant maintenance

Implant Maintenance

While an implant can be maintained by doing your regular oral health routine, it’s important to schedule routine implant cleanings at our office. We’ll take special care of this area to keep your implants healthy. The amount of time between cleanings will be determined by your specific situation and needs.

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