Missing teeth? Ask our dentists and team about dental implants! Implants are a remarkable advancement in modern dentistry, offering a long-lasting and secure solution for replacing missing teeth. As implants replace the entire tooth and not merely the crowns, they are considered the ideal option for replacing your teeth and promoting your long-term oral health and function.

The Versatility of Dental Implants

Dental implants are versatile systems, capable of replacing a single tooth, multiple teeth or even an entire dental arch. The foundation of a dental implant is the titanium post, meticulously inserted into the jawbone during a minor surgical procedure. This titanium post functions as an artificial tooth root, ensuring the stability of your dental restoration.

Following the placement of the implant post, a crucial period of healing is necessary. During this time, the bone gradually bonds with the biocompatible post, creating a strong foundation for your new tooth. The duration of the healing process varies from patient to patient but is vital for the long-term success of the implant.

Once the healing phase is complete, our experienced dentists will attach the dental implant restoration to the implant post. This restoration is custom-designed to seamlessly integrate into your smile, offering both functionality and aesthetics. Depending on your specific needs, this restoration may take the form of a dental crown, bridge, partial denture or complete denture.

Restore Your Smile and Oral Health

Replacing missing teeth not only enhances your smile’s appearance but also restores optimal oral health and function. Dental implants are an ideal choice for smile restoration due to their natural look, feel and functionality. With proper care and maintenance, dental implants have the potential to last a lifetime.

Anyone who has lost a tooth is a candidate for implant dentistry. Prior to providing you with an implant, Dr. Sushma Halthore or Dr. Rashi will examine your teeth and mouth to assess your oral health and suitability for implants. If you have tooth decay, gum disease, bone loss or another preexisting condition, you will need to receive treatment for that condition before you can receive dental implants. Our dentists will discuss your oral health and all your options with you to create an individualized treatment plan that will help you regain a healthy mouth and smile.

Schedule Your Implant Consultation

For further information about implant dentistry in Jersey City, New Jersey, or to schedule your personalized implant consultation at Grove Dental Center, give us a call at 201-200-0222. We look forward to assisting you in achieving a healthier, more radiant smile.

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