All On 4 Dental Implants
Dental implants are the most reliable, secure and aesthetically appealing way to deal with the loss of any of your permanent teeth. The procedure and recovery are painless thanks to the newest anesthetics and medications. Whether you're missing a single tooth, have been using dentures or need to have teeth extracted for any reason, you should contact Dr. Marichia Attalla
for an evaluation today to see if dental implants are right for you.What Are Dental Implants?
A dental implant is an artificial tooth. Prosthetic dental implants may be used to replace a bridge or even all of your teeth. Regardless of the number of teeth lost or the reason behind the loss of teeth, implants have a 95% proven success rate. This makes them one of the best ways to deal with lost teeth. They've been in use for decades and today's implants are even better than the implants of the recent past. They are extremely solid, secure and made to perfectly match your mouth for the most natural look.
The precise type of restoration depends upon the structure of your mouth as well as the number of teeth being replaced. The surgery is a very straight-forward, outpatient procedure. Dr. Attalla can help determine the best treatment options for you and guide you through the entire process.Why Are Dental Implants Important?
Lost teeth impact your appearance and can also impact how you eat, your comfort and, indirectly, your entire life and well-being. Having a full, good set of teeth improves your self-confidence and makes your life easier. Dental implants in Nassau County are a great alternative to dentures - both partial and full dentures. Some people are even unable to wear conventional dentures, and implants are the only option if you're one of these individuals.
Dental implants are the best way to replace single lost teeth due to accidents, injury, periodontal disease
and more. Prosthetic teeth help you to get your smile back. You won't have to worry about taking out and cleaning your dentures and you also won't be afraid to smile. If you need to have a tooth removed due to any sort of periodontal condition, then you may want to plan on an implant to replace it.
Taking care of your prosthetic implants is much easier than caring for dentures. Brushing your implants is the same as brushing your real teeth. In fact, these implants are just like your real teeth. They require brushing, flossing and regular trips to the dentist for upkeep, but otherwise they don't require any special attention.Multiple Dental Implants
Some patients may have the need to have a procedure or procedures for multiple dental implants. Each patient is different, but the process can be completed through these techniques:
- Conventional Fixed Partial Denture (FPD)
- Multiple Single-tooth Implant Restoration
- Implant Fixed Partial Dentures (implant bridges)
- Removable Partial Denture (RPD)
Dr. Attalla would be happy to review your insurance
, explain the advantages and disadvantages of each procedure, and help you decide which is the best option for you, your needs, and your budget.Immediate Implant Placements
In the past, patients would normally have to wait after a tooth extraction
to have their dental implants placed. Now, implants can be placed immediately after the tooth is extracted, especially in the cases of replacing fractured teeth or failed root canal treatments. One clear advantage of immediate implant placement is that this procedure preserves bone and shrinkage of the gum tissue.
The results have produce a better cosmetic outcome, especially with teeth in the front of the mouth. Not only does the patient avoid further surgery, a proper gum profile will be naturally created during the healing process.Get a Free Consultation
If you would like more information on dental implants in Nassau County, then contact Dr. Marichia Attalla
for a free consultation today. Almost all insurance programs are accepted and the office will handle your insurance paperwork for you to make the process even easier. Ask about financing options as well to see if you qualify. Dental implants can give you a new lease on life, so don't hesitate to schedule an appointment today.