Dental Implants In Newnan, GA
Get The Look And Feel Of Natural Teeth
Dental implants are commonly used to treat patients with missing teeth and provide structural support. Implants are integrated with your bone to blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth, helping you achieve a flawless smile.
Teeth are lost for various reasons like oral infections (gum disease), genetics, tooth decay, and previous extractions. Artificial teeth are a viable option when your bone, gums, and adjacent teeth are strong enough to support them.
Dental implants are designed to do the same work as the natural roots of your teeth. After the loss of a tooth or teeth, implants are secured in your bone to support the crown or bridge that will follow. Some patients may need a single-tooth implant, while others will receive multiple implants to support a crown, bridge, or act as an anchoring system for dentures.
Dental implants are crafted using titanium to maximize their effectiveness and overall lifespan. They are self-reliant, meaning they do not require the support of other teeth and provide more permanence than a tooth-supported bridge. And unlike a tooth-supported bridge, implants do not require the recontouring of other teeth (enamel removal).
Following surgery, when the implants are secured to your bone, you will receive a dental implant restoration. This may be a few months later. After healing takes place, Southern Smiles Newnan will place your implant retained crown, bridge, or denture.
Benefits Of Dental Implants
Some other benefits of dental implants include:
- A more natural-looking appearance than bridges
- Added support for neighboring teeth and bone (removes likelihood of fracturing, cavities, root canals)
- Eat, speak, and socialize more easily (no slippery dentures)
- Durable and long-lasting
- Easy to clean and maintain
Our dental professionals will meticulously manage the implant restoration process to ensure your treatment is carried out with the highest level of quality and care possible.
What If Your Implants Are Failing?
If dental implants are not placed properly or become loose over time, it can lead to oral infections, bone damage, and other complications. Most problems associated with dental implants can be tracked back to improper care and/or treatment, a change in lifestyle, or simply the passing of time.
Fortunately, our Newnan implant team specializes in both the placement and restoration of dental implants so you can smile more confidently than ever before.
Implant restoration can help treat patients with dental implants that:
- Were placed incorrectly
- Are loose and/or fractured
- Have caused an oral infection (Peri-implantitis)
- Have experienced changes in mobility
Whether you’re interested in getting started with dental implants or need a professional restoration, our dental professionals are ready to help. Contact us today to schedule your hassle-free consultation.