The Benefits Of Dental Implants
By Personal Choice Dental
September 29, 2016
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: dental implants  

If your missing teeth have you down in the dumps or you have trouble eating or chewing certain things due to a gap in your smile, you dental implantscould benefit from dental implants. This revolutionary tooth replacement option is a permanent and effective way to replace your missing teeth. Learn more about dental implants with Dr. Anthony J. Vitale and Dr. Jin Yoo, at Personal Choice Dental in Old Bridge, NJ.

Am I a candidate for dental implants? 
A good candidate for dental implants should be in great dental health, free of any cavities or significant tooth decay. Additionally, a good candidate should have enough remaining bone underneath their missing tooth to properly support the implant. If there is not enough remaining bone, a bone graft may become necessary.

How can dental implants benefit me? 
Dental implants are permanent and effective, becoming a lasting part of your smile. Implanted into the jawbone the implant eventually bonds with the bone, a process called osseointegration. Dental implants take the guesswork out of replacing your teeth. Never worry about your replacement teeth moving around, coming loose, or falling out as you would with other tooth replacements. Tour implants will improve your look, fill in your gaps, and boost your self-esteem.

Dental Implants in Old Bridge, NJ
Dental implants do more than just replacing a single missing tooth. Implants can also hold a dental bridge, which replaces more than one tooth at a time, in place. Unlike a traditional bridge, an implant-supported bridge keeps the healthy natural teeth intact and does not require their help to anchor into the mouth. Implants can also hold implant-supported dentures in place,

If you would like more information on dental implants, Dr. Anthony J. Vitale and Dr. Jin Yoo, can help. Please contact Personal Choice Dental in Old Bridge, NJ at (732) 727-1211 to schedule an appointment with your doctor today.