If you have lost or are on the verge of losing a tooth, ask the team at The Buffalo Dental Group about dental implants. For this restorative dentistry solution, a tiny, titanium screw is placed into the socket of the absent tooth. Eventually, the dental implant will combine with the bone and gum tissue in the area to create a stable, artificial tooth root. This tool is utilized to anchor a realistic-looking dental crown. After the entire restorative dentistry procedure is completed, you'll have a seemingly intact row of teeth.
It's vital to your oral health to replace missing teeth. When a tooth is lost, other teeth along the jawline can shift to fill in the area. Jaw decay can also occur because the bone in the area recognizes that there is no longer a tooth to support. Dental implants can revitalize the jaw and create a natural barrier to prevent the other teeth from shifting. The Buffalo Dental Group wants to restore your self-image and oral health with dental implants.
A dental implant is a small, titanium screw that is used to anchor a ceramic crown in place. The Buffalo Dental Group can examine your bone density in the jaws to determine whether or not you'd be a viable candidate for the procedure. A strong jaw is needed for successful dental implantation. Don't worry - your Buffalo Dental Group team has your best interests in mind during every step in this procedure. Once it has been determined that you qualify for dental implants, we will plan for the next stage in the process.
After your dental implant has been placed and fused sufficiently with the bone and gum tissue, you should be ready for your custom-made restoration! This is the final part of your dental implant procedure. The Buffalo Dental Group will attach a permanent crown to your implant, creating the look of an actual tooth. You'll soon be able to eat like normal and smile with confidence once more.
The Buffalo Dental Group's Dental Implant technology helps continue their ultra-conservative dentistry by using a minimally invasive approach. In most cases, The Buffalo Dental Group can fix just the affected areas that need an implant, helping the surrounding teeth to stay intact and healthy.