When you experience tooth loss, it can feel like your smile, and your ability to bite and chew, have been compromised permanently. While tooth loss can help with some of these concerns, you may have a difficult time adjusting to treatment with a restoration that is not properly secured. At our Londonderry, NH dentist’s office, we can discuss the advantages to implant dentistry when it comes to prosthetic treatment. These small titanium posts are capable of holding individual replacement teeth, and they can even help you hold onto full dentures! With this approach to care, we can give you back your full smile, and we can also address difficult oral health issues often associated with tooth loss.
What You Gain From A Permanently Held Restoration
What can you realistically expect from prosthetic dental work? Is it possible to trust a restoration to support your bite health? Is there a way to keep a prosthetic in place permanently? When you begin to look into your treatment options, you can find that a custom restoration can be set in place on an implant that has been surgically placed. Implants reside in the same space where a tooth’s roots were once held, and they can provide welcome stability and support for your bite, and for your neighboring teeth.
Planning The Placement And Restoration Of A Dental Implant
We only recommend the placement of a dental implant after providing the appropriate reviews to confirm that you are a good candidate, and to determine the location and angle of its placement. After being put in position, the jawbone tissues that surround your implant will heal and fuse to it, as implants are made with biocompatible titanium. Once you have been through the appropriate recovery period, you can receive your permanent restoration!
Using Dental Implants To Hold Dentures In Position
With a set number of dental implants in place, it is possible for us to permanently secure a full denture. Because of this, we can take on potentially serious problems with your smile and oral health after major tooth loss. Remember that the sooner you act to have this work done, the less likely you are to have complications that will interfere with your treatment.
Talk To Your Londonderry, NH Dentist About Implant Dentistry
Through implant dentistry, we can take care of your issues with tooth loss, even if you have multiple teeth (or an entire row) to replace. We are happy to offer this to those who want to regain full, confident smiles. We are happy to discuss this and other services with you if you have any concerns about your oral health and/or appearance. if you would like to find out more, contact our Londonderry, NH dental office at 603-965-3407.