Not all dentists are qualified to replace teeth with dental implants. This is why it’s important to do your research before requesting a consultation with a dental implant dentist.
Drs. Oswald and Zillich have both the training and experience to place dental implants. If you recently lost a front tooth, ask our dentists if you’re a candidate for the dental implant procedure.
Contact our office today for more information about our dental implant services.
Replacing Teeth With Dental Implants
Unlike a partial denture, dental implants are embedded in the jaw for the ultimate stability while you talk and chew. A front tooth implant could give you the confidence you need to show off your new, attractive smile. Continue reading to learn how we’re able to replace front teeth with dental implants.
Can you replace a front tooth?
Yes, our dentists are able to replace a front tooth with a dental implant so you can smile with confidence. Our dental implant dentists have the experience and training to create a dental implant restoration that matches the color and shape of the rest of your teeth. We highly recommend you see one of our dentists for dental implants so you can get the best esthetic result for your smile.
How long do dental implants last?
What’s the best way to replace a missing front tooth?
We often recommend dental implants that look and feel natural. Our dental implant dentists may recommend a tooth implant so you can avoid jawbone deterioration and further tooth loss.to replace missing front teeth. Since your front teeth are highly visible, it’s important that you see our dentists for
How does teeth whitening affect dental implants?
If you plan on getting your teeth professionally whitened, you may want to get it done before you get your dental implant crown. That way, your front tooth implant will match the same shade of white as the rest of your smile. During your consultation, our dental implant dentists will be able to help plan your entire smile makeover in our office. The dental implant process doesn’t have to be intimidating when you schedule an appointment with our office.
What is the “smile zone”?
The “smile zone” refers to those teeth that show when you smile and talk. It’s important that you request a consultation with one of our dental implant dentists because they have experience creating quality dental implants for their patients. While other dentists may have some knowledge ofand cosmetic dentistry, we have extensive experience treating patients just like you who wish to replace front teeth with .