Dental Implants

Baumrind Family Dentistry provides dental implants for replacing missing. Tooth loss is a common problem, with studies showing that 178 million people in the United States are missing at least one tooth and 35 million are missing all their teeth.

Dental implants are the most advanced system for replacing missing teeth and closely replicate the look, feel, and function of natural teeth. Patients can enjoy their favorite foods and speak and smile with renewed confidence and ease, as dental implants provide stability for a range of dental prostheses, including crowns and bridges up to a complete set of teeth.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are small, biocompatible surgical posts that behave like the roots of natural teeth. They offer long-lasting solutions for rebuilding a complete and beautiful smile. Compared to other methods of care, dental implants have numerous benefits, such as providing continued stimulation to the underlying bone to prevent bone loss while preserving natural facial contours. They also prevent slipping or dislodging while speaking or eating, and do not decay or develop cavities.

Baumrind Family Dentistry provides several types of dental implants, including single-tooth implants, implant-supported fixed bridges, full arch replacement with four or six implants, and implant-retained dentures. These solutions offer stability, retention, and an attractive appearance that looks, feels, and functions like natural teeth.

Baumrind Family Dentistry helps patients decide if dental implants are the right solution for their tooth loss.

Frequently Asked Questions

Implant dentistry involves the placement of dental implants, which are artificial tooth roots that are used to support dental prostheses such as crowns, bridges, and dentures.

Good candidates for dental implants are individuals who have lost one or more teeth due to injury, decay, or other reasons, and who have sufficient jawbone density to support the implant.

The length of the dental implant procedure can vary depending on the individual case, but in general, the procedure can take several months to complete. This includes the placement of the implant, the healing process, and the attachment of the dental prosthesis.

Patients may experience some discomfort and pain after the dental implant procedure, but this can usually be managed with pain medication and other treatments. Most patients report that the discomfort is similar to that of a tooth extraction.

With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last for many years, and even for a lifetime. However, the lifespan of dental implants can vary depending on a variety of factors, including the patient’s oral health, their overall health, and their lifestyle habits.

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