Dental Implants

A permanent solution to restore missing teeth.

About Dental Implants

When you have a missing tooth, a dental implant is the closest replacement you can get to a healthy, natural tooth. Dental implants allow you to live the way you want—confidently eating, smiling, laughing, and even sneezing without worrying about your teeth.

Dentures or partials often make it hard for people to cough, chew, laugh, sneeze, talk or even smile without worrying if their partials or dentures will slip. Denture wearers often experience soreness from lose dentures or notice a shrunken appearance in their face as the gums and bones in their jaws recede. Fortunately, dental implants can offer a permanent solution to replace missing teeth.

Dental implants are indistinguishable from your natural teeth, using a titanium screw and natural-looking crown. Utilizing digital panoramic x-rays and Sirona CBCT 3D imaging, we get a clear picture of the state of your bone at the site of the implant, as well as a wealth of other vital information. Then, we place titanium screws. Once placed in your gums, the implant can anchor a bridge, denture, or even a single crown in your mouth. Implants are long-lasting and they won’t slip or move in your mouth or cause injury or irritation.

Dental Implant Overdentures

One of the complaints we often get from denture wearers is that they are uncomfortable and not stable. Dental Implant supported dentures can help. Dental implants can securely hold dentures in place. Carefully placed with guided surgery, dental implants act as the roots of your teeth and your dentures are supported by, and attached to, these implants—improving your chewing ability and confidence in your dentures.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are dental implants safe?

Dental implants are safe and effective. As with any medical procedure or surgery, there can be complications. Choosing a knowledgeable, well-trained implant dentist will help minimize complications and ensure the best-possible outcome. Before treatment, we will review your health history and any habits that could affect the success of your recommended care.

How many teeth can be replaced with dental implants?

Dental implants can replace one tooth, many teeth or all your teeth and be used to support dentures.

How do you care for dental implants?

With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime. Caring for your dental implants is just like caring for your natural teeth—brush, floss, and visit us for regular cleanings and check-ups.

Am I candidate for dental implants?

If you have missing teeth, there is a good chance you are a candidate for dental implants. However, this can only be determined after a complete oral health and overall health assessment. Please schedule a consultation with our office to learn more, (716) 674-5950.

(716) 674-5950

4111 Seneca Street
West Seneca, NY 14224

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