Dental Implants in Garner
Do You Have Missing or Damaged Teeth?
Dental implants restore the appearance and function of your smile.
If you’re missing one or more teeth, it can severely affect your quality of life.
You may find yourself hiding your smile from the camera, or being self-conscious about how you speak when with family or friends.
It hurts more than your confidence.
Your chances of infection are higher, and your surrounding teeth will shift towards the gap. This can cause sunken facial features that’ll make you look older.
That’s where dental implants come in.
Dental implants are a long-lasting solution for tooth loss that’ll restore your confidence and healthy lifestyle.
Our Garner dental implant dentists, Drs. Charles Ashley Mann and Daniel Amyradakis use durable implants so you can:
Schedule your one-on-one consultation to see if dental implants are right for you. We’ll discuss your goals, timeline, and budget so you have all the information you need to decide.
Why Are Dental Implants Popular?
Restoring missing teeth protects you from further tooth loss. And, your implants will improve the health of your surrounding gum and bone tissues.
How Do Dental Implants Work?
Our implant experts will examine your mouth and jawbone to see if implants are right for you. It’s important that your gums and jawbone are strong and healthy before beginning treatment.
Plus, we’ll treat any cavities or gum disease you may have before starting your procedure.
When you’re cleared for the procedure, we’ll take a digital impression of your teeth to send to a dental lab.
In the meantime, we’ll place and secure a metal implant post. It’ll fuse with your jawbone throughout a couple of months.
While your implant post is healing, your synthetic teeth will be crafted to match your natural teeth’s size, shape, and color for a flawless blend with the rest of your smile.
Our office uses platelet-rich fibrin, a natural substance derived from your blood because it:
After your implant is completely fused with your jawbone, we’ll attach your synthetic teeth to the metal post.
You can resume eating and maintaining your healthy lifestyle without fear – your implant is securely attached!
Questions About Dental Implants?
- I need to replace my missing teeth that are right next to each other. What’s the best option?
Two implants may be the best option for successful integration with your jawbone.
Attaching two implants to each other improves strength.
The results are a worthwhile investment!
- What can I do if I’ve been told I’m not a dental implants candidate? I don’t have enough bone to place implants - so do you offer any alternatives?
Our dentists will work closely with you to find the procedure that’s best for your smile.
Keep in mind:
Dental technique and technology has evolved for different types of implants, meaning more choices for you to choose from.
This will allow us to treat multiple problems at once.
The best way to find out what treatment is right for you is by scheduling a one-on-one appointment with our Garner implant dentists.
- My lower dentures are floaters and I’ve lost a lot of my jawbone. Am I able to get implants?
You may be able to get implants, but coming in for a consultation will be the best way to confirm this.
If you’re facing problems with your current situation, please get help as soon as possible.
These may include:
- Having to use excessive denture adhesives
- Only being able to eat soft foods
- Being unhappy with your smile
- Jaw pain
The sooner you reach out for help, the more choices we’ll be able to offer you for treatment.
- I’m missing all of my teeth and right now, I’m wearing full upper and lower dentures. However, my lower dentures are bothering me. Would I need a complete set of implants?
No, not necessarily.
The number of implants you need will depend on the type of implant used. Types of teeth, including removable and non-removable, will be attached to the implants.
We’ll conduct a thorough oral examination and use panoramic x-rays to see what implants would work best for you.
- A root canal was performed on my fractured tooth. I need it removed - can you replace this with an implant?
The best way to see if an implant is the right treatment for your fractured tooth is to come in for a consultation.
Keep in mind:
In the past, the option to treat this involved removing the fractured tooth and filing down your adjacent teeth to create a bridge. The bridge consists of caps on your adjacent teeth with a fake tooth in between.
Sometimes, it may be the only option because root canals cause your teeth to become weaker and somewhat more dehydrated.
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