Before And Afters
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You Are Not Alone in Tooth Loss
If you suffer from tooth loss, you may feel alone in hiding your smile out of embarrassment. However, that is not the case. Over 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth. It is vital to replace missing teeth as soon as possible to prevent bone loss in the jaw from occurring. Dr. Howard Abrahams recommends state-of-the-art dental implants for replacing missing teeth. We offer single, multiple, and full-arch tooth replacement options.
What to Expect from Implant Surgery
Dental implants are considered the gold standard for replacing missing teeth. This is because they not only look and function like a natural tooth, but the implant post stimulates the jaw bone similarly to a tooth root, encouraging bone growth. Implant surgery involves placing a titanium post into your jaw bone to serve as a tooth root and support the rest of the implant. An abutment and natural-looking crown is attached to the post inside your jaw, which provides both function and appearance.
The Many Benefits of Dental Implants
- Permanent results with proper care
- Natural appearance
- Prevents jaw bone deterioration
- Ability to eat most foods
- Increased self-confidence
- Improved speech
- No shifting teeth
Trust in a Creative Dental Mind
Dental implants are a big investment in your oral and overall health, which is why it is important to find an experienced dental specialist you can trust. Dr. Abrahams is a highly trained and accredited maxillofacial prosthodontist, having completed eight years of education and training in all forms of dentistry, including dental implants. We utilize guided implant surgery for a more precise dental implant placement and predictable results. For those with high levels of anxiety, Dr. Abrahams offers sedation dentistry to calm your nerves.
Enjoy an Improved Quality of Life
After implant surgery, many patients express a drastic increase in their quality of life. Imagine being able to eat the foods you love again and not be embarrassed by your smile. Your overall health will improve as you won’t be as susceptible to disease or dietary restrictions. And by taking good care of your dental implants, they are designed to last you a lifetime.