why choose dental implant?

Missing teeth? You're not alone!

Dental implants offer a permanent solution for patients who haved experienced tooth loss. These are new synthetic teeth that are implanted directly into the jaw. They have a high record of success compared to other substitution services, and are the most frequently recommended by dentists.

What are They?

Dental implants are long-term replacements, and when properly cared for, they can last a lifetime. they are fashioned in two parts: the titanium-based “root,” and a ceramic crown.

The titanium root anchors directly into the jaw, which helps to prevent bone degradation and maintain the structure of the jaw. Attached to the top of the titanium root is the ceramic crown, which works like a real tooth.

Some of the benefits include:

  • A natural looking smile
  • Retention of a natural facial structure
  • No loss of chewing efficiency
  • Speech remains the same
  • What are They?

  • Are in good general health
  • Have sufficient bone in the jaw
  • Have healthy gums
  • Do not smoke
  • The Procedure

    Installing the implants takes two simple steps. During the first phase, the dentist makes an incision in the gums and secures the implant in the bone. As the gums around the titanium “root” begin to heal, the implant will become part of the patient’s bone structure.

    After 3 to 6 months, the patient will return for a follow-up where several impressions will be made. Using these molds, a customized crown will be created. After checking for fit and color, the ceramic crown is secured to the implant, providing patients with an aesthetic and functional replacement.

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    To learn more about this procedure, call us at our Miami, Florida office: (305) 448-3896

    After Care for your Dental Crown

    You should avoid grinding teeth or chewing hard foods like ice and other objects to avoid the fracturing or breakage of dental crown. You should brush and floss your teeth along with crowned teeth at least twice a day to remove plaque from the joint of teeth and gums to keep them clean and avoid decay and other dental problems.

    Dental bridges

    Lateral meaning of Dental bridges is the device which can be used to bridge the gap between two the two teeth created by missing of one or more teeth.

    Structure of dental bridge

    The structure of a dental bridge includes two crown on the either side of the false teeth joined together to fill up the gap. These false teeth along with the crowns can be made of porcelain, gold, alloys or their combination. These bridges require implants or the existing natural teeth to support them.

    Benefits

    Dental bridges can help in restoring your smile and ability to speak and chew food properly. They also help in replacing the missing teeth and maintaining the shape of your face properly along with preventing the drifting of the remaining teeth.

    Types of bridges

    Mainly three types of dental bridges are commonly used. They may include traditional bridges, cantilever bridges and Maryland bonded bridges. Any of these techniques can be used to fill the gap caused by missing teeth according to the condition of the patient.

    Getting a Dental bridge

    At first visit abutment teeth or anchoring teeth are prepared by removing the enameled portion of the existing teeth on the either sides of the gap so that crowns can be fixed on them. Then an impression of crowns and the gap of missing teeth is taken to use in the lab as the model of the bridge.

    It helps in preparing a temporary to protect the gums and exposed teeth as well as permanent bridge for the ultimate solution of the problem. The permanent bridge is temporarily cemented after removing temporary bridge to ensure its proper fitting, which is permanently cemented after few weeks.

    After Care and Prevention

    Your dental bridge can last long if they are properly installed as well as cleaned by brushing and flossing them at least twice a day. It can prevent gum diseases as well as decay of your remaining teeth supporting the bridge. Thus dental services like crowns and bridges can help in maintaining your dental as well as overall health.