People are living longer than ever, and while regular brushing, flossing, and check-ups allow many of us to maintain our natural smiles for a lifetime, sometimes our teeth just can't keep up. If you've lost a tooth (or a few teeth) due to injury or disease, dental implants can rejuvenate both your smile and your oral health.
We pride that here at KMC, offers an exceptional and satisfying result in an affordable and acceptable cost. Assuring you that our highly qualified team, and motivated personnel will deliver and make a positive difference. You, wearing an irresistible smile that everyone desires.
Dental implants is a post that is surgically placed into the jawbone, a reliable and long-lasting replacement for missing teeth.
Whether you need a single tooth replacement or an entirely new smile, dental implants offer the support you need to lock your new teeth in for good. Here at KMC, we use the most advanced technology available to provide long-lasting dental implants through pain-free oral surgery. 95% of patients see tremendous results with the use of dental implants, much higher than those who get crowns and bridges without the extra support. With the help of our talented family dentists, you can…
- Replace Missing Or Broken Teeth With Permanent Dental Implants
- Anchor Dental Crowns Or Bridges Through Advanced Titanium Posts
- Enjoy Pain-Free Dental Implant Surgery With Minimal Healing Required
- Get Up-To-Date Patient Education About The Entire Dental Implant Procedure
- Save Money On The Cost Of Dental Implants Thanks To The Immense Savings Available At Redwood Dental
- Support Removable Braces With Dental Implants That Take The Pressure Off Your Gums And Jawbone
- Swap Out Your Entire Smile With A Set Of New Replacement Teeth Held In By Dental Implants
How is the PROCEDURE
During your initial consultation, we will collect digital X-rays of your teeth to assess the state of your oral health. From there, we will help you determine if you need dental implants to hold in your crown or dental bridge
Most dental implants is a synthetic tooth root in the shape of a posts. The “root” is usually made of titanium, a metal that is well-suited to pairing with human bone. A replacement tooth is then fixed to the post. These posts replace the roots of missing or broken teeth when the roots are no longer strong enough to support a crown or bridge. These posts replace the roots of missing or broken teeth when the roots are no longer strong enough to support a crown or bridge. And surgically fix accordingly to the jawbone. Usually a healing period is required for the process known as Osseo integration—during which the bone grows in tightly around the root form so that it is solidly anchored. Dental implants also help prevent deterioration of the tooth-supporting bone they latch onto, protecting your entire smile from future damage. Once the dental implants are installed and healed, they can be capped off with a replacement tooth or bridge. The tooth can be either permanently attached or removable. Permanent teeth are more stable and feel more like natural teeth.
Are Dental Implants Right For You
That’s something we would love to figure out! The ideal candidate for implants is a non-smoker who has good oral health, including a sufficient amount of bone in the jaw, and healthy gums with no sign of gum disease. If this is not the right solution for you, we will discuss other cosmetic dentistry services that may be a better fit. All of this happens in a 100% judgement-free environment where your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Consider your replacement teeth to be the same as natural teeth. They require the same daily brushing and flossing, and the same amount of regular check-ups. Just like your natural teeth, the better you take care of your replacements, the longer they will last.
Once your dental implant restoration is completed, it is important to keep the area clean and free of infection. Dental implants can accumulate plaque and tartar just as teeth can. Whether you have just one tooth replaced by an implant or several, professional cleanings will be necessary to keep your implants healthy. The time interval for these professional cleanings will be determined by your individual needs.
Situations Where Dental Implants Are Used:
- If you are missing all your teeth, dental implants are far preferable to removable complete dentures. Removable dentures not only have poor chewing efficiency (less than 50% of normal chewing efficiency), but they will lead to gradual bone resorption ending up with facial collapse and the inability to reasonably fit any kind of a denture.
- If you have one or two teeth missing, and the adjacent teeth are intact and healthy, dental implants are a good idea. They eliminate the need for placing crowns on adjacent healthy teeth.
- If you’re missing tooth or teeth are in the very back of your mouth, you may not have the option of having potential supporting teeth on both sides. In this case, the only solutions would be dental implants or an uncomfortable removable appliance. The same is true if you have a number of missing teeth.