When we consider restorative dentistry or replacing missing teeth, most of us think of restoring the smile we once had. However, restorative dentistry can also be used as a means to create the smile you’ve always dreamed of! Whether you have a few missing teeth or need a full arch of teeth replaced, your implant restorations can be custom crafted to meet your unique smile goals.
The Process of Dental Implants
Dental implants involve the surgical insertion of a titanium post into your jawbone. This will act as your artificial tooth root. Dental implants have three basic parts: the implant post, the abutment and the implant restoration. While the implant itself is responsible for helping your new smile remain stable and function properly, the restoration that is placed on top of the implant is what determines the appearance of your new smile.
Depending on your clinical needs, your implant restoration may include dental crowns, a bridge, partial or full set of dentures. All of these options involve a custom fabrication process in which you can take part in. Crowns, bridges and dentures are always made to look as natural as possible. Most are also stain-resistant, which helps to keep your new smile white.
Customizing Your New Smile
When getting your implant restorations, you can speak up in terms of how you want your restored smile to look. Dental implant restorations can be crafted to match existing teeth, with customized options in shape, color, length and width. If you are replacing a full arch of teeth with dental implants, you may opt to create a brand new smile appearance. Go ahead and dream up your perfect set of teeth and let us help you achieve it!
While teeth replacement is probably not something you set out to do in your lifetime, you can embrace it as an opportunity to create the smile of your dreams. Call the implant specialists of 1899 Dental Implant today to learn more.
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