Dental Implants WoodbridgeBack

Depending on personal preference, some individuals may not want the added care associated with having dentures. If you do not want dentures, you may be eligible to receive dental implants if you are in good oral health, and if you have enough bone in your jaw to support the implant.

Receiving dental implants requires several doctor visits and may require the expertise of an oral and maxillofacial surgeon and a prosthodontist in case any complications arise.

Dental implants are permanently fixed in the mouth with roots made from titanium. Once the mental root is inserted into the jawbone, an artificial tooth is attached.

Dental implants look and function similar to regular teeth. Just like real teeth, dental implants also need to be taken care with proper brushing and flossing.

To determine if you are a suitable candidate for receiving dental implants, an x-ray will need to be taken along with having a thorough examination. Prior to the examination, our caring dental staff will answer any questions you have and help decide if dental implants are right for you.