People’s lifespan might have increased and while we may practice regular brushing, flossing, and checkups to keep our natural smiles all through our lifetime, our tooth in most cases can’t last that long. Dental implants do a great job at replenishing your smile and oral health, in the event that you lose a tooth (or a few teeth) due to injury or disease.
Queens Medical Center is proud to offer a range of quality and satisfying solution in a cost-effective and reasonable cost. You are guaranteed of a joyful experience with our highly qualified team, and motivated staff that will leave you brimming with smiles.
Dental implants are a post that is surgically inserted into the jawbone, a highly effective and long-lasting substitute for missing teeth.
They do a great job at reinforcing your new teeth permanently whether a single tooth replacement or a whole new smile is. Here at Queens Medical Center, we make use of the most innovative technology available to provide long-lasting dental implants through painless oral surgery. 95% of patients recorded amazing results after using dental implants, much higher compared to those who get crowns and bridges without extra support. Our skillful family dentists will help you:
- Replace Missing Or Broken Teeth With Permanent Dental Implants
- Anchor Dental Crowns Or Bridges Using Advanced Titanium Posts
- Enjoy Painless Dental Implant Surgery With Minimal Healing Required
- Get the Latest Patient Education About The Entire Dental Implant Procedure
- Save Money On The Cost Of Dental Implants Thanks To The Immense Savings Available At Redwood Dental
- Support Removable Braces With Dental Implants That Take The Pressure Off Your Gums And Jawbone
- Swap Out Your Entire Smile With A Set Of New Replacement Teeth Held In By Dental Implants
How the procedure works
At the first consultation, we will take digital X-rays of your teeth to check the condition of your oral health. After that, we will help you decide if you will require dental implants to hold in your crown or dental bridge.
The majority of dental implants are a synthetic tooth that looks like a post. The “root” is usually made from titanium. A metal that fits perfectly and doesn’t react to contact with the human bone. A substitute tooth is then inserted to the post. These posts will take the place of the roots of missing or broken teeth if the roots are unable to support a crown or bridge any more, surgically fixed to match the jawbone. You will undergo Osseointegration – a procedure where the bone grows in tightly around the root form making sure it is well anchored, after which you give it some time to heal.
Dental implants are also responsible for protecting the tooth-supporting bone they latch onto from deterioration. This keeps your entire smile from damage in the future. As soon as the dental implants are fixed and healed, you can cap them off with a substitute tooth or bridge. You can choose whether to a permanently attached or removable tooth. Permanent teeth are more secured and have the feel of natural teeth.
Are dental implants right for you
This is certainly something you would like to know. The ideal person for implants is a non-smoker with good oral health, as well as enough amount of bone in the jaw. They need healthy gums without any signs of gum disease. If this doesn’t work for you, we will be happy to recommend other cosmetic dentistry services that would meet your needs. We do all of this is a bias-free environment where your complete satisfaction is our priority.
Always treat your replacement teeth as you would your natural teeth. They both need daily brushing and flossing and require the same amount of regular check-ups. If you take good care of your replacement teeth, they will last longer in proportion.
Immediately your dental implant restoration is finished, ensure that you clean up the area and keep it infection-free. Dental implants can harbor plaque and tartar same way teeth can. Professional cleaning of your teeth is very important regardless of whether you have just one tooth replaced by an implant or several. How often you go for these cleanings will be determined by your individual needs.
Situations Requiring the Use of Dental Implants:
- If you’re missing all your teeth, we recommend dental implants instead of removable complete dentures. Not only do removable dentures have poor chewing efficiency (less than 50% of normal chewing efficiency), they also cause gradual bone resorption. This results in facial collapse and you will longer be able to reasonably fit any type of denture.
- Dental implants are also recommended if you have one or two teeth missing and the adjacent teeth are healthy and intact. With dental implants, you won’t have to place crowns on adjacent healthy teeth.
- Dental implants are also useful when you have missing tooth or teeth at the back of your mouth. And where you can’t put supporting teeth on both sides.