Dental Implants

Dental implants are designed to allow the replacement of missing teeth to increase function and aesthetics.  Implants are small cylindrical titanium fixtures that typically serve to replace the roots of missing teeth and act as a base for replacement teeth that feel and work like natural teeth.  After adequate healing has occurred, a crown is placed on the implant as a final restoration.   For those patients who wear dentures, implants can be placed to “anchor” the denture in place.  Small attachments added to the implants will snap into attachments added to the inside of dentures.  This increases the amount of chewing force and also serves to stabilize the dentures from sliding and rocking during the chewing process.

During your next visit, we encourage you to inquire with Dr. Paesani why they are commonly regarded as the most effective solution for patients with missing teeth.


Medical Importance and Practices

The medical importance of dental implants and its practice in the field cannot be underestimated. It may be said that dental implants are the single most important technological advancement in the dental industry, as they offer a perfect modern day solution for teeth that are missing. Dental implants are the most predictable tooth replacement option available and have endured close to fifty years of medical research. They are designed for a lifetime and the only dental treatment that prevent soft tissue and bone loss. They also provide the patient with natural tooth hygiene and greatly eliminate the need to modify or adjust adjacent teeth, which can become more complicated than necessary.

Versatility and Functionality

Dental Implants Are Extremely Versatile and FunctionalImplants are extremely versatile and function to replace single teeth, multiple teeth, stabilize dentures, or even replace the need for dentures indefinitely. Traditional treatments for these types of matters include dentures and bridges. These treatments may lead to issues with overall comfort, presentation, stability, and material endurance, which may have a negative impact on overall wellness and self-confidence.