10314 Dental Implants

10314 Dental Implants

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Dental Implants in 10314

Most people have heard about dental implants, but unless you’ve had one yourself, you may not be aware of why they are so popular. Here at the dental practice of Dr. Evan Abrahams DMD, you can get replacements for one or more lost teeth while simultaneously eliminating the typical drawbacks of more old-fashioned solutions.

There are two essential parts to our 10314 dental implants. The part that makes them so different from traditional bridges and dentures is the titanium post that is surgically placed in your jaw. It replaces the root that your old tooth used to have. And in so doing, it offers three outstanding advantages. First and foremost, our 10314 dental implants are securely anchored beneath your gums without having to lose material from neighboring teeth, and without the use of messy dental adhesive. Second, your normal facial contours are preserved, meaning that your facial appearance will remain as it was when you have your original tooth. And third, your vital gum and bone tissue will not erode. This all goes on under the surface, so none of it is visible. What is visible, though, is the tooth-colored crown that will be attached by cement to the post. Depending on the situation, it may also be advisable to have a third piece, a support abutment, added to further secure the crown to the post. If you are missing multiple teeth, or even all of them one one jaw, you can also benefit from implants, in a new and state-of-the-art version of a bridge or dentures using the same advanced technology put into action for your single tooth restoration.

Our 10314 dental implants will last for a long time, possibly even for life. They are strong and reliable, allowing you to speak and chew with 100% confidence. Don’t continue with an incomplete smile. Schedule an examination and consultation by contacting our office right now to arrange a convenient time.

Evan Abrahams
1625 Victory Blvd
Staten Island, NY 10314
New Patients: (917) 809-9828
Existing Patients: (917) 710-7608