How We Work as a Team to Restore your Dental Health with Implants

How We Work as a Team to Restore your Dental Health with Implants

Posted by S V Dental on Jan 6 2021, 12:31 AM

How We Work as a Team to Restore your Dental Health with Implants

Dental implants were introduced in the US in the 1970s by a single manufacturer, Branemark Implant System. The idea of the titanium dental implant was conceived by Dr. Per-Ingvar Branemark, an orthopedic surgeon while studying with a titanium metal chamber in relation to bone healing. Owing to the complexity of the procedure involving dental implants, they were sold only to the best dentists in the country! This highlights the importance of qualification and advanced training required by a dentist for an implant procedure.

Let’s learn more about dental implant placement and how our team works towards precise implant placement and helps patients restore their dental health and wonder smiles.

Firstly, what are dental implants?

Those who have a fair idea of what dental implants are may skip to the next part. Those of you who are new to the term dental implant should know that dental implants are titanium devices placed inside the gums to fuse with the bone to replace missing roots. Dental prosthetics such as crowns, bridges, and dentures are placed over the structure, creating a perfect and strong replacement for a missing tooth.

How do implants restore dental health?

Missing teeth can certainly take a toll on your self-esteem, having a major impact on the appearance. Besides cosmetic reasons, a missing tooth can affect your bite and make chewing and eating difficult. Complete tooth loss can have many other health issues, including deterioration of jaws, indigestion, compromised nutrition, and inflammation due to gum disease caused by extra spaces between teeth. Poor oral health and gum disease can have devastating effects on health and become precursors to cardiovascular issues, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and stroke.

Dental implants can help replace a missing tooth or several missing teeth by offering a strong foundation to place your dental prosthetics. Thus, a dental implant system will restore your dental as well as overall physical health by making up for the empty space and offering support to the jaw.

How does teamwork play a part in the implant procedure?

The procedure to fix an implant is to be handled only by a board-certified dentist. Our team is uniquely qualified to restore your tooth with an implant and implant restoration. Our dentist will work in close coordination with the patient to come up with a seamless treatment plan. During the surgery, the surgical assistance staff and nursing staff assist the dentist if necessary to ensure we produce precise results.

Thus, if you have a missing tooth and are considering getting a dental implant, take into consideration the unique specialties, training, and experience of your dental surgeon. After considering our success stories and testimonials, go ahead and book an appointment for your treatment.

Please schedule an appointment online or call us at (408) 224-1333 to have a consultation with our dentist, and we will be happy to assist you further.

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