Implant Dentistry

Some people avoid going to the dentist and asking about dental implants because they think it will be difficult or painful, or that the implant crowns will look unnatural. But the truth is that dental implants are devices that can improve your smile significantly in just a few visits to the dentist office. Educate yourself about the tooth implantation procedure and its benefits!

Dental Implants 
Dental implants are a fixed restoration designed to replace one or more natural teeth. They consist of three separate parts: the post, the abutment and the crown. The beauty of dental implants is that they become an actual part of your mouth and cannot be removed or slip. They are outfitted with crowns that look very natural--just like the outer layers of your teeth.

Crowns on Implants 
There are two main elements that make up a complete dental implantation: the titanium implant post that goes beneath the gum line and the crown on top. The crown is a tooth-shaped device that is formed to match your other teeth almost exactly. It can be created with ceramic or metal material, but many patients prefer porcelain for its durability and quality. The crown securely bonds to the implant and can only be removed by your dentist.

Implant Crowns: A Long-Lasting Restoration 
After you have a dental implant installed, you can pretty much “get it and forget it.” No one can tell it’s an implant except you and your dentist. Clean, brush, and floss around the implanted tooth the same way you care for your other teeth. A crowned implant can become a permanent part of your smile, lasting a lifetime, if you prioritize oral hygiene and see your dentist regularly for checkups.

If you are interested in a implant dentistry procedure and would like to schedule an appointment with Dental Arts Center,
call our office located in Northeast Colorado Springs at (719) 528-6441!

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