Dental Implants in Woburn, MA
Stunning, quality dental implants in Woburn, MA.
Incredible success has been achieved in the field of implant dentistry over the last three decades. Dental implants are the preferred choice for tooth replacement, thanks to their high level of performance and nearly perfect rate of success.
For adults who are missing one or more teeth and desire a permanent, stable, and attractive replacement, our dentists proudly recommend dental implants at our Woburn, MA dental office.
To receive this treatment, we will need to confirm you are in good health and have adequate bone volume in the jaw. A clinical examination and digital x-rays can verify this. Once we are confident dental implants are a suitable solution for you, we can design a treatment plan, moving forward at a pace that is comfortable for you.
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Why Do Our Patients Choose Dental Implants?
With dental implants, your smile will be restored to full function and aesthetics again. An implant feels, acts, and looks just like your natural tooth.
Dental implants are a permanent solution that doesn’t require modification or updating as time goes by as a bridge does.
Unlike dental bridges, which require modifying the exterior of surrounding healthy teeth, implants are a stand-alone solution that helps conserve your teeth’s natural structure.
The bone loss (which happens with missing teeth) can cause wrinkles or a “sunk in” look to the face. Implants support your facial structure, helping you keep a more youthful appearance.
Dental implants have the reputation of being one of the longest-lasting restorations. Since they are not subject to decay, they can last for decades with proper hygiene care.
Dental implants are the only restoration that stops jawbone loss and encourages healthy bone regeneration.
Why Should You Choose Dental Health Care of Woburn?
At Dental Health Care of Woburn, we are proud to offer our patients treatment with state-of-the-art dental technology and techniques.
Why should that be important in your choice of a Woburn dentist? Because new technologies are designed to make your dental experience better.
Many of the proven technologies we choose to use help make your appointments faster, more comfortable, and more productive!
A few of the advanced dental technologies we have incorporated into our dental implant treatment include:
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My daughter highly recommended this practice, and I couldn’t say enough good things about the staff. So welcoming, very professional, and explained my treatment plan in a way I can understand. Such a gorgeous, state-of-the-art space, but the employees are what truly makes it the best choice for your dental care.
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Have Questions About Dental Implants?
- How do dental implants work?
The root portion of a missing natural tooth can be replaced with a titanium post known as a dental implant. The implant is approximately the same shape and size as the original tooth root. As the implant fuses with the jawbone, it will be just as strong and stable as the original.
With your artificial tooth root in place, a dental crown can be designed to fit on top of it, effectively restoring the function and appearance you once enjoyed from your natural tooth. A dental implant is supported solely by the jawbone without requiring the involvement of the adjacent teeth. This design feature makes the dental implant an impressively conservative and more natural alternative than other tooth-replacement choices.
Dental implants are fully customizable and can be the perfect choice for replacing just one tooth or all of the teeth.
A dental crown that is supported by a dental implant post will replace a single tooth, while multiple implants can be used to anchor dentures and partials for the replacement of many teeth. Dental implant restorations will not need to be removed from the mouth and will not restrict your eating preferences.
- Do you place the dental implants yourselves?
No, we don’t.
Our general dentists will work closely with a dental implants specialist for the placement of your implant.
Our Woburn cosmetic dentists will take over for the completion of your treatment by placing a custom-crafted dental crown restoration that will restore the health and beauty of your smile.
Our team will supervise your care throughout treatment and ensure you are prepared and ready for the next step in your procedure.
- Can anyone get dental implants?
Dental implants are a good solution for missing teeth for almost everyone. If you are in good general and oral health, then you are probably the right candidate for dental implants.
However, there are a few specific scenarios where your dentist may feel another dental restoration treatment would be a better option for you.
What are they?
One of them would be whether or not you have sufficient healthy underlying bone structure to support a dental implant. But, even that wouldn’t necessarily rule out an implant since your dentist can do a bone graft.
To learn more about factors that could rule out the use of dental implants for you, read this blog.
- Are dental implants painful?
Dental implants generally don’t cause any more pain than routine dental work.
While placing the implant, you will be anesthetized and will feel nothing. Post-surgical discomfort can typically be cared for with over-the-counter medication.
The placing of your dental crown is a painless procedure, and our team will monitor your comfort levels throughout the entire treatment.
- Am I too old for dental implants?
When it comes to dental implants, it’s not the age, but the oral health condition of a patient that affects whether or not he or she can have a dental implant.
Patients in their 60s, 70s, and 80s can enjoy the many benefits they get with dental implants.
Learn more about dental implants and age considerations by reading our blog.