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Benefits of Dental Implants

  • The implant will fuse with the existing bone.
  • The new implant will support your teeth firmly and safely.
  • Your new implants are aesthetically pleasing.
  • You will no longer have pain during talking or eating.
  • The dental implant will prevent progressive bone atrophy.

Dental implants represent a remarkable breakthrough in the field of restorative dentistry. They have revolutionized the way we approach the replacement of missing teeth, offering a solution that closely mimics the form, function, and appearance of natural teeth.

Dental implants consist of three essential components: the implant itself, which is a small, biocompatible titanium post surgically placed into the jawbone; the abutment, which connects the implant to the crown; and the crown, the visible part of the implant that resembles a natural tooth. This three-part structure allows implants to provide a level of stability and durability that is unparalleled by other tooth replacement options.

One of the key advantages of dental implants is their ability to replace missing teeth without affecting adjacent healthy teeth. Traditional options like dental bridges require the alteration of neighboring teeth to support the bridge, which can compromise their long-term health. In contrast, dental implants stand independently, preserving the integrity of surrounding teeth.

Moreover, dental implants stimulate the jawbone just like natural tooth roots. This stimulation helps prevent bone loss, which can occur when a tooth is lost and its root is no longer present.

By preserving the bone structure, dental implants contribute to maintaining the facial contours and preventing the sunken appearance that can result from significant bone resorption.

Whether you are missing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or need a full arch of teeth replaced, dental implants offer versatile solutions. They provide a secure foundation for crowns, bridges, or even dentures, ensuring that your smile looks, feels, and functions naturally.

Course of Treatment

Dental Implant Procedure
Dental Implant Procedure
A dental implant is a titanium fixture that is placed into the bone under gums of the mouth. After the implant body is placed the implant will be left untreated for a period of 4-6 months. During this time, the bone will grow around the implant in a process called osseointegration

The next step in the process is to attach an abutment to the tooth. This is achieved by exposing the top of the implant and placing the abutment. This is the part of the implant that will support the final crown.

Finally, an impression is taken of the implant and a final restoration is crafted. This restoration will be comfortable and cosmetically pleasing. Your completed implant will be fully functional, allowing you to resume normal activities.

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General Information

Do I need a referral from my regular dentist to access in-house specialty services at Light Dental Studios?
No, you do not typically need a referral. You can directly schedule an appointment with our in-house specialists for consultations and treatments.
What are the advantages of choosing in-house specialty services at Light Dental Studios over external providers?
Our in-house specialties offer convenience, coordinated care, and a familiar, comfortable environment. You can receive comprehensive dental services from a trusted team under one roof.
What areas do you serve?
Can I request a consultation or learn more about in-house specialties at Light Dental Studios online?
Yes, you can easily request a consultation or find more information about our in-house specialties on our website or by contacting our office.

In-House Specialties

What is Dental Sleep Medicine, and how can it benefit me?
Dental Sleep Medicine specializes in treating sleep-related breathing disorders like sleep apnea. It offers solutions to help you achieve better sleep, improved health, and increased quality of life.
How does Light Dental Studios' in-house denture lab enhance my denture experience?
Our in-house denture lab ensures faster turnaround times for fittings, adjustments, and repairs, providing you with well-fitting, comfortable dentures without lengthy wait times.
What orthodontic treatments and braces options are available at Light Dental Studios?
We offer a range of orthodontic treatments, including traditional braces and clear aligners, such as Invisalign, to address alignment issues and create a straight, healthy smile.
What services are provided by Light Dental Studios' Implants and Periodontics specialists?
Our periodontists offer dental implant procedures to address tooth loss and provide periodontal treatments to manage gum disease, ensuring optimal oral health.
What types of oral and maxillofacial surgeries are performed at Light Dental Studios?
Our oral surgeons perform a variety of procedures, including tooth extractions, wisdom teeth removal, corrective jaw surgeries, and more, to address dental and facial concerns.
Is Dental Sleep Medicine covered by dental insurance, and what about other in-house specialties?
Coverage varies by insurance plans. We recommend contacting your insurance provider to understand your specific coverage for each specialty.
How do I know if I have a sleep-related breathing disorder like sleep apnea?
Common symptoms include loud snoring, frequent waking during the night, excessive daytime sleepiness, and difficulty concentrating. A sleep study or consultation with our Dental Sleep Medicine specialist can provide a definitive diagnosis.

Disclaimer: Please note that the provided information above is based on general knowledge, and it's always recommended to consult with our doctors for personalized advice and recommendations regarding your or your child's specific dental needs and conditions. For any questions or concerns, please call our office.


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