What You Need To Know Before Having A Dental Implant
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Dental Implants are the best and most innovative treatment dentistry has to offer. If you are missing one tooth or several teeth and want replacements that look, function and feel like natural teeth Dental Implants are your answer.
It is essential that you find a competent, experienced dentist to perform this procedure. Reading the information below will help you ask the right questions to make sure you are getting the best possible service.
What You Should Ask Before Choosing Your Dental Implant Dentist:
Is the entire procedure going to be done in one office?
In some offices the dentist does not perform the actual implant, only the restoration. He will send you to another office for the restoration. Unlike other offices however, The Entire Dental Implant procedure will be done by [leadhub_DoctorName number=1] in 1 OFFICE by 1 DENTIST at 1 LOW PRICE No longer is there a need to travel from dentist to dentist.
Is the dentist you are choosing highly trained and does he have experience in dental implant procedures?
The key to implant treatment is training and experience. [leadhub_DoctorName number=1] is highly trained, with years of experience in Implant Therapy. [leadhub_DoctorName number=1] ensures that each phase of the patient’s treatment is meticulously planned and executed. This includes both the surgical and restorative phase.
Will the dentist you are choosing give you a complete evaluation, free of charge to determine whether you are a candidate for dental implants?
It is important to be able to get an assessment without having to pay a fee. At your Complimentary Consultation [leadhub_DoctorName number=1] will determine if you are a candidate for dental implants. This will include a Free Series of Digital X-rays (90% less radiation)
Does the dentist you are choosing offer alternatives to dental implants?
Dental implants may not always be an option for every patient. Dr. Jonathan Abanaim offers an alternative to multiple implants – Denture Stabilization. The implants keep the dentures in place without the need for messy glue so you can chew without worrying that your teeth will move around or actually fall out.
Is a dental implant painful?
The implant procedure is minimally invasive and because the implant is being placed into bone there is very little pain involved. Generally a local anesthesia is used although if a patient is anxious oral sedation can be given. [leadhub_DoctorName number=1] offers several options to ensure you are comfortable throughout the procedure.
What [leadhub_DoctorName number=1] says about the benefits of replacing a tooth immediately
- A tooth should be replaced as soon as it is lost. This will retain your oral health by preventing bone loss, reducing movement of surrounding teeth and avoiding excess decay and if you have the bone get the implant in – as once it is in – the bone will not get any worse!
- Teeth provide more functions than just the ability to chew.
- They are necessary for the health of the gum and jaw tissues as well, and a prolonged absence of a tooth will severely limit the possibilities for restorations.
- Missing teeth may also affect your confidence and well-being.