Tooth Loss: A Permanent Solution

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Tooth loss happens. It is unfortunate, but millions experience tooth loss. The good new is that there are permanent solutions that can help repair a smile and get you back to living life. Biscayne Dental Center has perfected the installation of dental implants. Tooth loss doesn’t have to be the end of your smile. With the right analysis and dental services, those empty gaps between teeth can be filled with a strong, long-lasting solution.

Dental Implants in North Miami and Aventura

For anyone who lives in or around North Miami and Aventura, Biscayne Dental Center is a great solution for improving a smile. When it comes to tooth loss, it is important to first schedule an appointment to get things looked at by a professional. No two cases are alike. For many people, however, dental implants are a great option.

So, what are dental implants? They are a more permanent solution to tooth loss.

How Dental Implants Work

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For a stable, long-lasting solution, you do have to have more than a couple of dental procedures. Getting dental implants begins with installing titanium posts to the jawbone. After just a couple of months, the jawbone actually bonds to the titanium posts, a process referred to as osseointegration. Posts are installed surgically and usually take about three to six months for complete bonding.

After bonding is completed, the bridgework or “denture” is designed and installed. At Biscayne Dental Center, we strive to match the individual installation to the shape and color of surrounding teeth. Since we focus on cosmetic dentistry, we use are wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes of bridges and crowns and create custom dental implants.

Dental implants, when installed correctly, are difficult to distinguish from real teeth. Once healed, they reduce the pain of eating and talking. Dental implants can even be used as anchors for more elaborate dental work like bridges and crowns.

Tooth loss doesn’t have to take away your smile. With dental implants, you can get back to eating, talking, and loving life.

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