FAQs about Dental Implants
By New Smile Dental Group
November 15, 2019
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: dental implants  

Even one missing tooth can have a dramatic impact on your smile, affecting your appearance, chewing ability, and your overall health. Tooth-implantFortunately, dental implants offer a long-lasting way to restore missing teeth. One among many restorations and services provided by your Glendale, CA, dentists, Drs. Navasart Kazazian and Apel Keuroghlian, read on to learn why dental implants are such a remarkable treatment option!

 

How do dental implants work?

Dental implants replace the missing roots of your teeth with tiny titanium posts. These posts are implanted in your jaw during a minor oral surgery at our Glendale office. Thanks to the biocompatible properties of titanium, the implants soon begin to bond to your jawbone. Bonding, an essential step of the treatment, ensures that your replacement roots are attached securely to your jaw and capable of supporting a dental crown.

Dental crowns look like the parts of teeth that appear above the gum line. Your crowns are made from an impression of your mouth to ensure that your restored teeth look natural. Crowns are attached to the tops of implants with small screws called abutments.

 

Are dental implants comfortable?

Comfort is one of the primary reasons people choose dental implants. Because your new tooth is securely attached to your jawbone just like your natural teeth, it won't slip or irritate your sensitive tissues. You won't notice any difference when you chew and can eat anything you want with your implant.

 

Am I a good candidate for dental implants?

Implants are an excellent choice for people who are in good oral and general health. That means if you're replacing lost teeth due to gum disease, healing must be complete before you receive an implant.

Your jawbone must also be deep enough to support your implants. Fortunately, if the bone is a little shallow, your Glendale dentist may be able to deepen it by adding bone grafts.

 

Are implants just for people who have lost one tooth?

Dental implants can also help people who've lost multiple teeth improve their smiles. Implant-supported dentures are comfortable, convenient, and won't decrease your biting power.

 

Interested? Give us a call

Fill the gaps in your smile with dental implants! Call your Glendale, CA, dentists, Drs. Navasart Kazazian and Apel Keuroghlian, at (818) 547-4398 to schedule an appointment.

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