When you’re considering dental implants, it’s common to have questions. We’ve rounded up some of the most frequently asked questions (such as the difference between dental implants and veneers, and how long they last), plus answers.
If a lack of teeth or chewing function are affecting your son or daughter’s quality of life, you may want to discuss dental implants with them. We’ve pulled together a short list of articles: Am I the right age for dental implants? Are dental implants safe? What is the recovery like from all-on-4 dental implant surgery? What can I eat with dental implants?
Get your questions answered: when you can go back to work, what you can eat, and what else to expect after the all-on-4 dental implant procedure.
The most advanced restoration techniques available allow us to have a dental implant success rate of more than 98%.
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. Dental implants are machine milled titanium “screws” that are placed into the space where a tooth has been removed. This artificial root will then be used, after healing, to place a post into and a crown on top. Dental implants can support single or multiple crowns. They can hold full dentures down with special types of snaps or attachments. They can also hold a full set of new teeth firmly in place with tiny screws. These new teeth look and function like beautiful natural teeth. The All-on-4 dental implant procedure (also referred to as full mouth implants or teeth in a day) is a registered technique for Nobel BioCare that allows teeth to be extracted, implants placed, and new teeth to be screwed in the same day. Learn more all the All-on-4 full mouth implant procedure here. Contact Gordon Center for General & Advanced Dentistry at 301-258-1998 or by clicking here to schedule a free consultation. We’re open with extensive COVID-19 safety protocols.