Dental implants in Opa-Locka, FL
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Are you looking for the perfect solution to restore your tooth? Look no further than dental implants in Opa Locka, FL. We offer state-of-the-art implant services that provide uniquely tailored solutions for every patient. Get a durable and long lasting replacement with our experienced team of professionals. Schedule an appointment today to transform your smile.
Dental implants explained
Dental implants are small titanium posts, surgically placed in the jawbone, to secure a replacement tooth or bridge. Implants blend with natural bone for strength and stability.
Advantages of dental implants
Dental implants offer a secure, comfortable solution to missing teeth. They look and feel just like your natural teeth; they last a lifetime with proper care; they preserve jawbone density and facial contours by preventing bones from deteriorating; they reduce the need for adhesives used in other tooth replacement options; and no adjustments or additional wear needed on adjacent healthy teeth.
Is a dental implant a good option for you?
Dental implant candidates must be above 18, have healthy gums and enough bone to secure the implant. People with chronic diseases such as diabetes or heart disease may not be ideal for dental implants. If you smoke or drink heavily, implants may not be suitable either.
Dental implant types
Dental implants come in three types: single, multiple and full-mouth. Single implants replace one missing tooth with a titanium root secured directly to the jaw; multiple involve several implants while a full-mouth restoration is needed when all teeth must be replaced.
The dental implant experience
Dental implants are designed to replicate natural teeth – from placement and restoration to final fitting, the process is tailored for each patient. Your dentist will assess your condition before surgically inserting the implant into the jawbone. They'll then attach a connecting abutment which holds a custom-made prosthetic crown securely in place, restoring your smile.
Dental implant care
To ensure long-lasting results, dental implants need to be brushed twice a day with soft bristles and a non-abrasive toothpaste, flossed at least once per day and rinsed with an antiseptic mouthwash. Regular checkups are also recommended.