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What are dental implants?

In today’s world, one restorative dental treatment stands out from all the rest and remains the top choice for replacing missing teeth among most dentists worldwide: the dental implant. This tiny modern miracle allows dentists access to the very best in tooth replacement technology and provides hope for patients who have lost teeth in the past. 

woman smiling after getting dental implantsWhy You Should Replace Missing Teeth

If you have missing teeth in your smile, you must replace them, so your other teeth and jaw don’t become affected by the bone loss. Because permanent teeth do not regenerate or repair themselves, your only option for restoring your smile to its former health is by using an artificial replacement. 

Implant Dentist in Bridgeton

Dental implants replicate a natural tooth from top to bottom, beginning with a beautiful tooth crown all the way down to the strong, sturdy roots. A dental implant is similar to a tooth in many ways, and it provides the structure and supports your smile needs to remain functional. 

The Parts of a Dental Implant

Your dental implant consists of three parts: the implant post, the porcelain crown, and the abutment holding these other two parts together. Even though this dental restoration is artificial, it mimics the function and appearance of your natural smile:

The titanium implant post connects to and integrates with your existing jawbone, providing a foundation for your new tooth that can withstand the forces of chewing and biting. 

The abutment, which remains unseen, plays a vital role in connecting the artificial tooth roots to the porcelain crown on top.

The tooth crown, which is the only visible portion of your strong dental implant, covers the titanium implant screw and protects it from damage.

Contact Our Bridgeton Dental Office Today

If you’d like to learn more about why our Bridgeton, NJ dentists recommend choosing dental implants for replacing missing teeth, please contact our dentist's office today

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