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Dental Implants in Danbury, CT

Whether you are missing one tooth or need multiple teeth replaced, dental implants can offer the most natural solution. Using the latest dental technology, surgical techniques, and imagery, Rolling Hills Dentistry offers dental implants that can give you back your complete smile that looks and feels like your natural teeth.

Dental implants are surgically placed titanium posts that replace the missing teeth roots and bond to the jaw bone for a permanent structure for your new teeth. Once the posts heal, a new dental crown is bonded to the post to create a durable, single tooth that looks and functions like a natural tooth. Dental implants are designed to last for the rest of your life if you keep up with good oral health.

Dental implants have many advantages over other restorative options like removable dentures or dental bridges. Because the implant is secured in the jaw bone, bone growth is stimulated which helps to maintain the structure of your jaw for appearance and tooth stability. The implants become a permanent part of your jaw, with no need for adhesives or other supplies to keep your new teeth in place. This makes a dental implant the best tooth replacement option for your smile.

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The Dental Implant Procedure

Dental implants are a surgical procedure the requires local anesthesia. First, you come in for a consult with Dr. Winokur, our implant dentist, to go over your goals and overall health. This will help determine if you are a good candidate for implants. An important thing to note is that if we suspect any bone loss on your jaw or weakened areas on your jaw, we must place a bone graft on it to strengthen it. This is critical to help sustain the integrity of the implant.

Dental Implant Placement

Next, once we determine you are a good candidate or strengthen your bone, we remove your broken tooth and a maxillofacial and oral surgeon anchors the implant into your jawbone. Remember, your replacement tooth will be anchored to your gums like the rest of your teeth. Upon the completion of the anchor, we wait a couple of months until the implant fuses with your jawbone. The timing is very important because we want to make sure the implant won't ever be damaged over the course of your life.

Finally, we place the new tooth on the abutment once we determine the implant is properly connected to your bone. There are a couple of types of implants.

Removable: These are similar to dentures. It contains the artificial tooth that is surrounded by pink plastic gum. The implant is mounted on a frame and snaps into place on the abutment. Additionally, it can be removed to be cleaned daily or repaired. Due to the nature of this implant, it can contain several artificial teeth like a dental bridge.

Fixed: These are permanently attached to the individual abutment. You can't remove the implant and with this type, each crown is attached to its' own dental abutment.

Whatever you choose, we make sure that the final product looks and feels like your teeth.  If you have more questions about the dental implant procedure process, give us a call today to schedule a free consultation.

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Pros of Dental Implants

As far as the pros of dental implants, you can expect them to feel like regular teeth. At Rolling Hills Dentistry, we make sure that a patient feels comfortable when we install an implant. Usually, dental implants require a patient who is in good health. The better your oral and bone health is, the higher the success rate will be. Additionally, another benefit is that unlike dental bridges, implants don't rely on neighboring teeth for support since they are directly put into the root of your tooth. Basically, they are anchored the same way your current teeth are! If you're curious as to if you're a good candidate, contact us today for a free consultation.

Cons of Implants

On the other hand, dental implants aren't the quickest procedure you'll get done. First, an implant specialist or dental surgeon anchors the implant into your jawbone. Then, you wait a couple of months for it to fuse with the bone. Once this happens, the tooth replacement is screwed onto the anchor. So, while you are excited about your replacement teeth, it does take some time and dedication to get done.

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Dental Implants Compared to Regular Teeth

When compared to regular teeth, dental implants are even stronger! Since they are put directly into a tooth root, the chance of them falling out is slim to none. Many patients wonder what dental implants feel like and many implant patients say they feel like regular teeth! Remember, implants are constructed of high-quality materials that are designed to feel and function like reel teeth. So, even though you have artificial teeth it won't feel like it at all!</span

Can I Just Get Started?

However, it's not always as simple as just getting implants place. Other dental work may need to be done before even consider an implant. If your jawbone isn't as strong as it should be, a dental surgeon may have to engage in bone grafting to strengthen the weakened parts of your jaw. Now, this doesn't happen in all cases, but it is an extra step some patients need to take. Before you get scared away, we offer free dental implant consultations to determine whether or not you are a good candidate.

Dental Implant Expert

Dr. Winokur maintains membership in a number of accredited and respected dental organizations, including the American Dental Association, Connecticut State Dental Association, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the New York Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry. He has helped transform the lives of many patients by giving them the smile they want and deserve.

Excellence in Implant Dentistry

At Rolling Hills Dentistry, our dentist, Dr. Blake Winokur, has the experience and education to complete beautiful, durable dental implants that are made to last. His strategic surgical placement using the latest technology ensures that your new implants will look and function like natural teeth. This will give you a second chance at a complete, stunning smile.

Schedule a consultation with Dr. Winokur at our office in Danbury, if you are interested to learn more about dental implants or dental implant supported dentures. We can help you determine if dental implants are right for you or if another restoration solution would better suit your needs. Contact Rolling Hills Dentistry today to make your appointment with one of our friendly team members.

Final Thoughts

Although your new tooth or teeth might take a while to be placed in your mouth, dental implants are a great long term solution to getting your smile to where you want it to be! Dental implant surgery is a long-term investment that really will pay off in the end. At Rolling Hills Dentistry, we have conducted many life-changing transformations for our amazing patients.

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