Dental Implants look and feel very natural. Not only is your smile affected when you are missing a tooth or several teeth, but your oral health is at stake due to the fact that your remaining teeth can shift or you could suffer bone loss.
Thankfully, Dr. Tamimi and his team at Royal Oral & Maxillofacial surgery, are skilled in surgically placing your new dental implants, which can provide you with comfort and confidence that is needed to speak, eat and flash that pretty smile. The team is serving Morristown, Parsippany, Denville, livingston and vicinities.
With proper placement and meticulous patient upkeep, As long as you have good oral health (strong tissues and bones), you are usually a candidate for dental implants, which will stand in the place of your missing teeth from the tooth root to the implant itself.
Replacing a Single Tooth with a Dental Implant
When you are missing a tooth, regardless of its position, your remaining teeth will begin to shift over time and contribute to not only tooth decay but gum disease as well. Your tooth can be restored to its natural form by, with an implant that will replace your tooth’s root and the tooth itself.
Dental implants look and feel as natural as your original teeth and work to prevent deterioration of the jawbone, which is often seen with the loss of even a single tooth.
Replacing Several Missing Teeth
When several teeth are missing, many may opt to have a dental bridge or some other form of tooth replacement. However, bridges require the use of adjacent teeth and involves sculpting them into shape to fit the bridge.
With dental implants, your teeth can look as natural as ever without the help from your adjacent teeth and will replace your tooth root ensuring that your jawbone is preserved in a much better fashion than having any other tooth replacement. In terms of longevity and long-term results, dental implants are more comfortable, functional and esthetic than most other dental replacement options.
Am I a Candidate for a Dental Implant?
If you can answer yes to the following questions (some of which may require assistance from Dr. Tamimi to be answered), you are more than likely an eligible candidate to receive our Implants.
- Are your gums in good health?
- Are you missing one or multiple teeth?
- Is your jawbone structure strong and sound?
- Are you in good overall health?
- Do you suffer from denture difficulty when eating?