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Dental Implants

If you are suffering from missing or decaying teeth, you most likely are also experiencing discomfort, pain, and decreased confidence. Replacing missing teeth today is easier and more natural looking than ever with the modern advancement of dental implants! With dental implants, you can receive a new tooth that works and functions just like (if not better than) the original.

This life-changing procedure improves your smile, oral health, and quality of life. Ocala, FL implant dentistry is performed by our dentists at Grand Oaks Dental Care for patients who are in need of a permanent and natural looking tooth replacement option.

Why Choose Us for Dental Implants?

First it is important to understand a little about dental implants. A minor surgical procedure is required in which a small titanium screw-like post is placed where the root of the tooth was located. These can either be placed free-handed, or “guided” using advanced diagnostic techniques which allow virtual treatment planning of the procedure using 3D images of your jawbones, gums and teeth to decide the perfect position for the implant. Dr. Amir performs implant placements exclusively using guided surgery, the safer, more predictable way to go. 

Porcelain crowns are then seated on the implant giving you the look and feel of a natural tooth. While these prosthetics look good and give you smile appeal, they also help eliminate the tissue loss and shifting of teeth that occur when a tooth is absent. Dental implants also provide stability for bridges and dentures. When dentures are stabilized with implants, they do not shift like traditional dentures. A locking mechanism holds the dentures in place so they do not move around. If you have dentures, you may want to consider investing in dental implant dentures so you can have the confidence of knowing there will be no awkward moments where the dentures move while you are speaking. When cared for properly, dental implants have a high success rate. As with natural teeth, it is important to continue a practice of good oral hygiene since bacteria can damage the bone and gums around implants.  Our doctors will make a full evaluation and advise you as to your suitability for dental implants. Contact Grand Oaks Dental Care and make your consultation appointment today.

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