Posted by S V DENTAL on Aug 16 2021, 10:11 PM
Want a healthier and cheerful smile? Well, dental implants restorations have come a long way. Dental implants are now one of the widely opted methods to replace missing teeth. These oral prosthetics reinstate the appearance of lost teeth and replace their roots. As a result, the patient can avoid the bone tissue loss that is generally associated with tooth loss.
A beautiful, flawless smile is one of the most attractive physical features of any person. It is one of the first things noticed about you when interacting with others. Dental implants act as a natural tooth because they replace the missing tooth and its root. It comprises a metal post that is surgically drilled in the patient's jaw and given up to six months to graft with the bone tissue keeping it firmly in place. The process is completed by securing a crown restoration to the implant. An abutment might be employed to connect the implant post and the crown.
To get started with dental implants, you need to come in for a consultation. We will go over your oral and general health history to ensure you are healthy and fit enough for oral surgery. Next, we will take scans to determine if your jawbone density can support the prosthetic. You will be required to follow some instructions for a successful dental implant procedure.
The metal implant screw will then be surgically inserted during the second appointment. A suitable time frame is allowed for the metal screw to fuse with the jawbone. After that period, a restoration such as a crown is fitted to the dental implant to complete the treatment.
If you want to know more about dental implants, visit our office, Silicon Valley Dental Care, at 5595 Winfield Boulevard, Suite 210, San Jose, CA 95123, or call (408) 224-1333 to schedule an appointment.
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