SINGLE DENTAL IMPLANT IN PARKER
Parker Dental Implants and Specialty Center offers the highest quality dental implants in Colorado.
Dental implants have had a considerable impact on modern dentistry offering a highly viable and fast solution to replacing missing teeth.
With single tooth implants, patients can restore their smile and trust that their healthy teeth will remain unharmed. The natural look and esthetic feel of the implant allow it to function much like a natural tooth. You will receive a temporary tooth on the same day. Once healing is complete, your new permanent front tooth is made and fitted.
Front tooth implant treatment is preplanned, the actual surgery for placing a front tooth implant is very quick, and you may only require local anesthetic.
- Restores your confident smile.
- Functions like natural, healthy teeth.
- Preserves bone.
- Dental implants are not removable inside your mouth — a crucial factor that eliminates embarrassment when speaking and eating.
- Preserves facial structure to keep you looking young.
- Corrects problems with chewing, speech, and digestion.
- Long term solution for tooth or teeth loss.
- Improves your quality of life.
WHAT ARE THE SIGNS YOU NEED DENTAL IMPLANTS?
Dental implants can be the best option if you experience one or more of the following:
- Having lost one or more of your natural teeth.
- Dissatisfaction with loose dentures or partials.
- Insecurity with your appearance or smile.
- Bone loss in the jaw area.
- Sunken-in look to the face or loss of volume.
- A broken tooth that restorative dentistry cannot fix.
- Difficulty chewing, eating, and speaking because of your teeth.
- An infected tooth that must be pulled out.
DENTAL IMPLANT PLACEMENT PROCESS: WHAT ARE THE STEPS?
Extraction of damaged tooth or teeth
Jawbone preparation (grafting), if necessary
Placement of dental implants
Bone growth and healing
Placement of implant abutment
Placement of artificial tooth
It is important to know that completing a traditional dental implant procedure can take a few months. Each person heals differently. The initial few months is dedicated to healing and waiting for the new bone in your jaw to grow and fuse to the dental implant.