Aten & Garofalo Dentistry

Dental Implants in Ballantyne

AFFORDABLE DENTAL IMPLANTS IN BALLANTYNE

dental implants in Ballantyne NC

TEETH IMPLANTS

Losing your natural teeth disrupts the natural balance of the mouth. A tooth implant is essentially a post that replaces the missing tooth root. When topped with a dental restoration such as a crown, bridge, or denture, the result is a fully functioning tooth replacement. At Aten & Garofalo Dentistry, we offer dental implants in Ballantyne, NC, to help patients restore their beautiful smiles.

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PROCEDURAL EXPECTATIONS

A consultation with the dentist is required to determine your oral health needs and to establish a treatment plan. The implant procedure requires more than one appointment. During the first visit, the implant is positioned in place of the missing tooth or teeth. Once healed, the abutment is attached so the crown, bridge, or denture can be placed to complete the restoration.

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RECOVERY PROCESS

After the initial implant placement, the mouth needs time to heal. The bone and soft tissues are given time to accept and heal.

Restore Your Smile with Teeth Implants

At Aten & Garofalo Dentistry, we offer teeth implants in the Ballantyne Charlotte, NC area to treat tooth loss and keep your smile healthy. For patients with missing teeth, this permanent replacement option restores your smile’s appearance and function. A single tooth or multiple teeth can be replaced.

Unlike dentures or fixed bridges, implants replace the tooth root which keeps the jaw bone healthy. This protects the adjacent teeth and gum tissues, prevents bone loss, and reduces the risk of gum disease.

Our team offers comprehensive generalrestorative, and cosmetic dentistryWe customize our oral care services to fit each patient’s needs, goals, and budget. Call us today for an appointment!

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DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants are often made of titanium. The same material is used for hip, shoulder, and knee implants. Titanium implants are highly biocompatible. Allergies are rare.

Procedures are tailored to the individual patient so the price varies. Contributing factors include the number and location of the posts and if there has been any gum or bone loss. Our dentists provide affordable dental implants and will provide you with a detailed assessment based on your needs and treatments.

Restorations may be covered by insurance. However, situations and types of insurance vary. Check with your insurance company first to determine your coverage benefits. The total cost and coverage may depend on the number of restorations needed, the patient’s bone quality, and the region of the mouth being treated.

PROCEDURE

Every patient is unique and has a different tolerance level. Most patients report less discomfort than expected following the procedure. A local anesthetic is used during the treatment to maintain the patient’s comfort. Afterwards, antibiotics and pain medication may be recommended to avoid infection and to ease discomfort.

Every treatment plan is customized and varies based on the number of teeth being replaced, if extractions or bone grafts are needed first, the area of the mouth being treated, and your overall oral health.

The process requires more than one appointment. Once the implant is placed, the mouth needs time to heal. The process known as osseointegration takes place where the bone and gums heal around the implant.

Once healed, the restoration can be attached. Your dentist will give you a more detailed assessment of your treatment needs during your consultation.

Once placed, dental implants are fixed, permanent structures in the mouth. Unlike removable dentures, these posts can only be removed by a dentist or oral surgeon.

RECOVERY

These restorations may be titanium or zirconium. The implant technology is sophisticated, safe, and reliable.

Healing time varies from patient to patient depending on the number of restorations needed and the patient’s overall health. Most patients heal in 6-12 weeks.

Dental implants are highly successful, long term replacements for missing teeth. With good oral hygiene, they can last a lifetime and will not decay.