Multiple Tooth Implant
There are several situations that may necessitate the need for multiple tooth dental implants. Whether you're experiencing speech difficulties due to multiple missing teeth or have reservations about wearing dentures, we understand the impact it can have on your life. To determine your eligibility for dental implants, a thorough evaluation of your jawbone is essential, a step our specialized dentists at Dental Haven will conduct with care. We firmly believe that losing teeth should never dim your smile. Contact us today, and let us help you regain your confidence.
Advantages of Opting for Multiple Tooth Implants
Choosing multiple tooth implants offers numerous benefits and distinct advantages over other replacement options for missing teeth, including:
|Enhanced speech and improved chewing ability
|Protection against potential bacterial infections at the site of missing teeth
|Reinforcement of your jaw's structural integrity through fusion with the implants
|Enable tooth replacement without altering the shape or size of adjacent teeth
|Promoting long-term oral health by preserving as many natural teeth as possible.
Unlike traditional dentures, dental implants boast a longer lifespan - up to 25 years - and provide a more natural feel. Additionally, dental implants can help avoid challenges with speech and chewing that is associated with dentures, making them a superior choice.
The Procedure for Multiple Tooth Implants
The process will begin with a comprehensive initial evaluation, a crucial step that cannot be rushed. During this phase, our dentist will gather your complete medical history and assess the condition of your jawbone. You will receive detailed information about any potential risks and complications associated with the procedure. If all is clear, you will be presented with options for anesthesia to ensure your comfort during surgery.
The surgical process unfolds over several months, allowing ample time for jawbone healing around the dental implants. The first step involves the insertion of the implants, which may entail bone grafting if needed, to build up your jawbone. Subsequently, after the healing period (usually lasting several months), the abutment will be attached using dental cement. Following this, there is a brief period for the abutment to securely bond with the dental implant. The final step involves the placement of the crown onto the abutment, completing the restoration process. The dental crown is the visible part of your new tooth.
Post-Surgery Care and Guidelines
It is normal to experience some discomfort and pain following oral surgery, along with an adjustment period when it comes to solid food consumption. During this phase, a soft food diet is recommended. Mild bleeding and soft tissue bruising may occur, so be gentle when tending to your oral hygiene, especially while brushing. Surgical pain typically subsides within a few days. If your pain lasts longer than that or you are having any additional concerns, be sure to give our office a call.
Multiple Tooth Implants at Dental Haven
If you have any concerns or questions about the procedure for multiple tooth implants, do not hesitate to visit Dental Haven or reach out to us at (920) 939-7150. We are here to support your journey to a restored and confident smile.