Dental Implants

in Martinsburg

Dealing with missing teeth can take a huge toll on your confidence and quality of life. Whether you have lost your teeth due to injury, decay, or any other reason, dental implants offer a revolutionary solution. They not only replace your missing teeth but also help restore your overall oral health and self-esteem. Our dental implant restorations are meticulously crafted with precision and care to ensure a natural look and feel. It’s time to reclaim your oral health and love your smile again!

Why Should I Get Dental Implants?

Dental implants are a versatile and transformative solution for various dental needs, offering modularity that ranges from single tooth replacement to anchoring removable appliances like partials and complete dentures, and even supporting fixed hybrid overdentures. This adaptability allows an implant placed for a single tooth to be potentially repurposed for more complex restorations in the future, which protects your long-term oral health. Beyond their functional benefits, implants help maintain facial structure by preventing bone loss in the jaw, seamlessly integrating into your natural smile and enhancing your quality of life. Our implant options not only restore your smile but also improve your quality of life, giving you the confidence to enjoy every moment without compromise.

The Benefits of Dental Implants

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Permanent Solution

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Preserves Oral Health

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Boosts Confidence

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A Single Implant Can Be Used For A Variety Of Tooth Replacement Options

Here’s How It Works

Implant Placement

After your treatment has been approved, Dr. Smith or Dr. Browning will work with you to arrange your implant placement. They will digitally plan and perform the simulated surgery to ensure maximum precision. During the operation, Dr. Smith or Dr. Browning will meticulously place a dental implant accurately and safely.

Healing & Osseointegration

After your dental implant surgery, you'll start to see progress in just a week or two as your gums and jawbone heal. However, the real transformation happens over the next few months as the implant fuses securely with your jawbone through a process called osseointegration. You can count on our team to be there every step of the way, scheduling follow-up appointments to make sure you're healing properly.

Applying the Restoration

Once the implant has osseointegrated, the final step is placing the restoration. This part of the implant will be visible and will resemble a natural tooth. Our preferred lab partner will create a custom-designed dental crown that matches your smile perfectly. The crown will be securely attached to the titanium implant through an abutment, resulting in a flawlessly restored tooth.

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We've invested in the latest tools and technology to make your implant experience as comfortable and precise as possible. With our CBCT imaging system, we can see your teeth in 3D and ensure that the placement of your implant is accurate and pain-free. We also use intraoral scanners to create digital impressions, which eliminates the need for messy molds. And with our Digital Smile Design system, you can visualize the end result before we even start. We also partner with the best labs in the country to ensure that your implant is of the highest quality. Our commitment to innovation means that we're able to offer you an exceptional experience that's tailored to your unique needs.

How long does the dental implant process take?

The duration of the dental implant process varies based on the individual case. After the initial consultation and comprehensive assessments, the implant placement process takes just a couple minutes for each implant site. Healing and integration can take a few months, which allows the implants to fuse with your bone securely. The entire process, from consultation to the final restoration, may span 3-6 months.

What is the difference between immediate load and conventional implants? What are the pros and cons?

Immediate load implants allow for the attachment of temporary teeth on the same day as the implant placement, which provides immediate results and functionality. Conventional implants, on the other hand, require a healing period before attaching restorations. The pros of immediate load include a quicker restoration and reduced time without teeth. However, careful case selection is crucial. Conventional implants offer a proven track record of success, particularly for complex cases, ensuring a stable, long-term solution.

What is the recovery process like after implant surgery?

After implant surgery, patients may experience mild discomfort, swelling, or bruising, which usually goes away within a few days. Following post-surgical care instructions, including pain management and oral hygiene practices, is essential. Patients can typically return to their normal activities within a day or two. Our team provides detailed guidance to ensure a smooth and comfortable recovery.

What is the long-term prognosis of dental implants?

Dental implants have a high success rate, often lasting decades with proper care. Regular dental check-ups, good oral hygiene, and a healthy lifestyle contribute to their longevity. Implants are a durable, stable, and reliable solution for missing teeth, offering patients a restored smile and enhanced quality of life.

Am I a good candidate for dental implants?

Most people with missing teeth are good candidates for dental implants. Factors such as overall health, gum condition, and bone density are considered during the consultation. Even if you have insufficient bone mass, bone grafts or other procedures can often be performed to make you a candidate. Our experienced team evaluates your specific case to determine the best treatment plan for you.

Still Have Questions?

We’re right by your side to help you understand treatment options and feel confident about your oral health journey.

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