Are you considering dental implants? Maybe you’ve just lost a tooth or have had problems with dentures or prosthetics in the past and need a more permanent solution. If you’re considering getting dental implants, this dental implant guide will help.
What are dental implants exactly? Technically speaking, they are rods, usually metal, that replace the tooth’s natural root. Roots anchor teeth to the jawline and keep teeth stable and strong enough to chew and use. Dental implants fill the same role. After the dental implants are guided in and set, false teeth are attached to them. After the procedure is complete, the new (implanted) teeth act as a replacement for missing teeth and can last a lifetime.
Why choose dental implants over other options such as dentures?
How does the process work? Here, we break down the procedure down into three major steps:
To learn more about dental implants and whether this could be an appropriate treatment for you, please consult the doctors at Penn Dental Family Practice at 215-898-PDFP(7337). They will be your dental implants guides, helping you understand options, explaining the budgeting choices to find the most cost-effective tooth replacement option available.