Replace Missing Teeth with Dental Implants & Crowns
Improve your appearance with tooth implants. This procedure involves placing titanium tooth roots in the sockets of your missing teeth. As your mouth heals from the procedure, the bone grows around the titanium posts, creating a permanent foundation for your replacement teeth.
The final step is to attach natural-looking crowns to abutments connected to your dental implants. This secures the crowns firmly so you can eat, speak, and smile with pose and self-assurance. This procedure is effective for one, several, or all of your missing teeth.
Restore Confidence with Tooth Implants
Your confidence is restored when you receive implants for teeth. You no longer have to hide your smile behind your hand or experience difficulties when eating and speaking. Your replacement teeth are handsome and secure.
Since dental implants become a permanent part of your mouth, they feel entirely comfortable and natural. There are as many practical, as well as aesthetic, benefits that result from your decision to have implants. Did you know that having missing teeth impacts your oral health? Missing teeth leave spaces that cause your other teeth to shift over time. This affects your bite, as well as your appearance.
Implants for Teeth Last a Lifetime
We recommend tooth implants to our patients because this is a safe, successful, and permanent solution to missing teeth. In fact, the success rate is 98 percent. Healthy people who have sufficient bone to hold the implants make great candidates for this procedure.
You care for your dental implants just like your natural teeth. Brush twice a day and floss once. Then, come to us for dental checkups and cleaning every six months. With proper care, you can expect your new implants to last a lifetime. Schedule an appointment with our dentist to find out if you are a good candidate for implants.
Contact us today to receive permanent replacement teeth, courtesy of dental implants. We provide general, family, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry to patients from Metairie, New Orleans, Old Metairie, Jefferson, and Kenner, Louisiana.