Dental Implants from your Hinsdale Dentist
What do dental tooth implants do, exactly? How do dental implants work?
Dental implants, titanium root replacements, are a modern dental everyman, able to work as a structural aid for countless other dental treatments. Once installed, dental implants are stable, comfortable, and secure within your mouth. As titanium is highly biocompatible, it fuses with your natural osseous tissue. Dental implants can help solidify bridges, dentures, and single or multiple tooth replacements. Implants reduce the need to depend on surrounding teeth for new dental structure stability, lessening wear and pull on your natural teeth and tissues. Your Hinsdale Dentists will recommend a local periodontist to surgically place your dental implants, and then continue on your course of treatment by your side, creating and installing your new dental appliance. In some cases, your Hinsdale dentists also offer mini dental implants, which can be placed in the mouth through a largely non-invasive process.
Dental implants are crucial in resolving the following dental concerns:
- Single Missing Tooth – A dental implant in conjunction with a porcelain crown will provide an unnoticeable replacement for both your tooth and root structures.
- Several Missing Teeth – Several dental implants can support several independent crowns, so that you will still have distinct teeth and can return your mouth to its natural state. You may also elect to install a partial bridge.
- All Teeth Missing – Dental implants will ground a bridge, dentures, or individual tooth replacements. It is possible to replace every tooth with a dental implant-supported porcelain crown, so that your bite feels and looks completely natural.
If you have felt self-conscious about missing teeth, wished for chewing comfort, or hoped to add structure to vacant spaces in your jaw, dental implants could change everything. Let us restore your smile – call Hinsdale Dentistry today at (630)323-4468 or schedule an appointment online to arrange a free consultation.