Stop feeling embarrassed by a missing tooth. We can all agree a missing tooth ruins a smile, and that is not something you want to have happen to you now or as you get older.
You deserve the best Dental Implants from a highly qualified professional dedicated to providing you with an exceptional level of service using the most advanced technology available.
Call to schedule a visit to our White Plains office for top-notch dental implants.
Dental implants offer a permanent solution for patients who had experienced tooth loss. These are new synthetic teeth that are implanted directly into the jaw. They have a high record of success compared to other substitution services and are the most frequently recommended.
Dental implants are long-term replacements. When properly cared for, they can last a lifetime! They are fashioned in two parts: the titanium-based “root” and a ceramic crown. The titanium root anchors directly into the jaw, which helps to prevent bone degradation and maintain the structure of the jaw. Attached to the top of the titanium root is the ceramic crown, which works like a real tooth.
- Natural looking smile
- Facial structure retention
- Better chewing efficiency
- Better speech flow
- Eat and talk with comfort
- Improves attraction & confidence
- Last long-term or lifetime
- Prevents jawbone from deteriorating
- Extremely comfortable like original teeth!
- Secure in the same bone that once held your teeth
- Great for patients who lost teeth or missing natural teeth
Installing implants takes two simple steps. First phase, we make an incision in the gums and secure the implant in the bone. As the gums around the titanium “root” begin to heal, the implant will become part of the patient’s bone structure. After 3 to 6 months, the patient will follow-up for impressions. Using molds, a customized crown will be created for fit and color. Then the crown is secured to the implant for a functional replacement.
We want our patients to know that due to the COVID-19 our office is following the safety precautions recommended by the CDC and the Board of Health.