By Dr. Steven Abrams, DMD
July 03, 2019
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: Dental Implants  

Have missing teeth? If so, you will most certainly benefit from dental implants from Dr. Steven Abrams in Budd Lake, NJ. After all, these dental-implantsrestorations look, feel, and fit into your smile just like natural teeth do, and they can last a lifetime with proper oral care and maintenance. Additionally, unlike some other dental restorations, implants also stimulate bone growth to prevent jawbone loss and facial sagging.

Read on to see what these restorations from our Budd Lake office can do for you!

 

Benefits of Rebuilding Your Smile with Dental Implants

  • Upgrade smile aesthetics
  • Improved speech and enunciation.
  • The ability for your restorations to last a lifetime
  • Enhanced confidence and self-esteem
  • Protected facial bone structure

 

Different Types of Dental Implants

  • Endosteal: Typically inserted in the jawbone and made of titanium, these implants are shaped like small screws and are considered the most common type of implant.
  • Subperiosteal: Often placed on, above, or in the jawbone, these implants are frequently used for patients who don't have a healthy enough jawbone to undergo the procedure.

The planning process of placing a dental implant requires a thorough evaluation, X-ray screening, and tooth modeling at our Budd Lake office in order to ensure patient comfort. Additionally, prior to surgery, Dr. Abrams will discuss anesthetic options with you in order to determine what will work best for you during the operation. However, regardless of the adminstration route, you can expect to be fully sedated, and therefore you will need a friend or family member to drive you home following treatment.

 

Interested? Give us a call

Dental implants can restore your oral health and enhance your smile as well as your self-esteem. If you are interested in dental implants, schedule a consultation with Dr. Steven Abrams in Budd Lake, NJ. You may request an appointment on our website or call us at (973) 691-8200 with questions or concerns.

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