Dental implants may be the right solution for you, if:
You want to replace missing teeth with beautiful, natural-looking restorations.
Dental implants function like your natural teeth and look like them too. The crown of the implant is all anybody will see, that’s why we make custom-designed crowns from tooth-colored porcelain. That way, your smile will look complete from any angle.
You want to live with confidence and freedom.
When you suffer from tooth loss or have dentures, social interaction can be discouraging. Dental implants are one of the only restorations that reinstate functionality to your smile, meaning there are no restrictions on the food you can eat.
Since implants are permanent, you won’t have to worry about slurring your speech or having your dentures slide out of place. Regain confidence in everything you do, contact Dr. Assi in Coral Springs.
You want a restoration that fits your routine.
One of the worst parts about dentures is caring for them. With dental implants, there’s no added maintenance. As long as you brush twice a day, floss after meals, and see Dr. Assi for biannual checkups, your implant will stay healthy for years to come.
You want a solution that will defend your smile as well as your health.
When you live with gaps in your smile, your jawbone will deteriorate, your face can sag, and you’re more susceptible to developing dental diseases.
Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that reverses the adverse effects of tooth loss.
You want a restoration that’s built to last.
Dental implants have the highest longevity of any dental restoration because they are positioned in the jawbone and can use its full strength as support. Implants also act as placeholders for missing tooth root, which encourages healthy jawbone growth.
With proper care, your implants could last as long as 30 years.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you get dental implants if you have gum disease?
If you’re experiencing tooth loss, the severity of your condition may impact your candidacy for dental implants. The most common cause of tooth loss is gum disease, which erodes the periodontal tissues and jawbone structure that support your teeth roots.
Before placing dental implants, your dentist may suggest undergoing periodontal treatment to get your gum disease under control and prevent it from eroding the supportive structures that your dental implants rely on.
How do I know if I’m a good candidate for dental implants?
Most patients are candidates for dental implants. There are only a few dental and medical conditions that would hinder a patient from being a candidate for implant surgery. If you’re wondering if dental implants are the right solution for you, call our office at (954)-228-8509 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Assi.