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Dental Implants

Before the development of dental implants, dentures were the only alternative to replacing a missing tooth or teeth. Our dental implants in Alpharetta, GA, are synthetic structures that we can place in the area of the tooth normally occupied by the root. Implants are anchored to the jawbone or metal framework on the bone and act as a foundation for an artificial tooth or permanent bridge. In some cases, we can use implants to attach dentures.

The procedure can take several visits. We place the implant into the jawbone during the first visit, allowing the site to heal for several weeks or months. This gives your tissue time to grow around the implant to hold it more firmly. During a follow-up visit, we’ll fit an artificial, natural-looking tooth over the implanted anchor.

Implants are so well-designed that they mimic the look and feel of natural teeth. Book your consultation on dental implants today!

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Who qualifies for dental implants?

Not everyone is a candidate for a dental implant. For a successful implant to take hold, a candidate must have proper bone density and a robust immune system. In general, good candidates who have dental implants can expect high success rates with the procedure.

Types of dental implants

Various types of implants include full upper and lower, anterior, posterior, and single-tooth:

Full Upper Replacements

In some cases, we can provide removable full upper teeth. This provides a more stable alternative to removable dentures. We can replace the upper set of teeth with implants.

Full lower replacement

We can replace the lower set of teeth with implants. Full lower replacement usually only uses four to six implants (near the front), which we use to anchor a denture. This prevents the need for denture adhesive.

Anterior Replacement

We can use implants to replace the front teeth (incisors and cuspids).

Posterior replacement

We can use implants to replace the bicuspid and molars (the back teeth).

What is the Process?

Procedure steps include:

  1. We replace missing tooth roots with implants placed under the gum line.
  2. A healing period of up to six months allows implants to fuse with the jawbone, a process called osseointegration.
  3. We attach the implant connector piece or abutment.
  4. We affix the replacement teeth to the implants.

What Are the Advantages of Dental Implants?

Dental implants are surgically placed into your jawbone, providing a stable and permanent solution to missing teeth. Unlike other alternatives like dentures or bridges, implants look and feel like your natural teeth. This means you can eat and speak normally without worrying about your teeth slipping or falling out. Dental implants are incredibly durable and can last a lifetime with proper care.

One of the most significant benefits of dental implants is their ability to preserve your jawbone and prevent further oral health complications. When you lose a tooth, the bone underneath it deteriorates and weakens. This can lead to more tooth loss and a sunken appearance in your face. Dental implants stimulate your jawbone, preventing it from deteriorating and providing a solid foundation for your remaining teeth.

Dental Implants in Alpharetta, GA

For more information on Dental Implants in the Alpharetta, GA area, call Moore Family Dentistry at (770) 663-4435 today! At Moore Dentistry, in addition to dental implants and bone grafting in Alpharetta, Georgia, we offer a full range of dental services to meet your family’s needs. From routine cleanings and check-ups to cosmetic dentistry and restorative work, we provide comprehensive family dental care for patients of all ages. Dr. Joseph Moore and his experienced professionals deliver gentle, personalized care that addresses your unique concerns and promotes optimal oral health.

You can count on Moore Dentistry to provide the high-quality care you deserve. Contact us today to get started on optimal dental health.