Patients with uncontrolled diabetes, undergoing Chemotherapy for Cancer, or actively taking some IV drugs for Osteoporosis are not ideal candidates for dental implants. However, smoking, controlled diabetes, osteoporosis, or previous cancer treatments do not rule out successful placement or restoration of dental implants. A complete medical history, sometimes in consultation with your general physician, will allow us to ensure your health and safety while focusing on the longevity of a well-placed implant. Call 301-258-1998 or schedule an appointment to learn more.
Current literature says that gum disease and missing teeth can lead to Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss, and heart problems. Not to mention, it can affect your quality of life; making it hard to chew the food you enjoy, or uncomfortable to smile in social settings or pictures. We can help you find the right treatment for you—be it dental implants, or a bridge, or full or partial dentures. Contact Gordon Center for General & Advanced Dentistry at 301-258-1998 or by clicking here to schedule a free consultation.
Dental Implants and crowns have the same chewing force as natural teeth—and you’ll be able to chew even more than before if your teeth were compromised by gum disease or badly broken. Watch Pearl’s testimonial to learn more and click here or call 301-258-1998 to request an appointment.
How Are Dental Implants at Gordon Center for General & Advanced Dentistry Different From Corporate Dental Offices?
The dental solution at corporate practices often allows for only one solution: Extract all teeth and do an all-on-4. An all-on-4 is very good when it’s the appropriate treatment solution, however most people want more information about their options and about dental implants. Our goal is to find your best treatment. In our experience, many of the second opinion consultations we see from offices like Clear Choice don’t need their one solution. Contact us at 301-258-1998 to request an appointment to see what’s the right solution for you.
Dental implants are currently the best option for replacing missing teeth and maintaining the integrity of your facial structure after you’ve experienced tooth loss. If you see an ad for dental implants at cut-rate prices, keep in mind some advertised fees are just too good to be true. You should be wary of an office quoting a total fee over the phone without a consultation. A one-size-fits-all price doesn’t speak to a tailored treatment plan designed with you in mind. Dr. Leonard Gordon and Dr. David Gordon are national experts on all-on-4 dental implants. We only use FDA-approved implants. Click to learn more dental implants, the all-on-4 dental implant procedure, and the how we use the latest dental technology at our practice.