Dental Implants in Dayton are a State-of-the-Art Tooth Loss Solution
Whether you’re missing several natural teeth or just one, this loss can be a devastating experience that hurts your self-confidence, your health, and even your quality of life. At Rahn Dental Group, Dr. Quinttus, Dr. Budde, and Dr. Sullivan are seasoned experts who offer several tooth replacement solutions that can give you back the complete smile you’ve been missing. At the top of the list are dental implants, which provide unparalleled aesthetic value, durability, and longevity. If you’d like to learn more about this transformative service or if you’re ready to schedule an in-person consultation, we’re always happy to welcome you here in Dayton, OH – contact us today!
Why are Dental Implants a Good Choice?
Your tooth has two distinct components to it. The one that everyone knows is the white crown, which makes up your beautiful smile. However, there’s another part that tends to be overlooked – the root. Your tooth’s root is completely hidden beneath the gumline, where it serves as a vital support system. Traditional reconstructive services have only bothered with replicating the crown in the past; while this is good news for your appearance, the lack of the root means that your jawbone no longer has important stimulation, causing it to deteriorate over time. This deterioration can negatively affect your oral health and your overall facial appearance as the years go by.
Dental implants stand apart from the crowd because they successfully rebuild your natural tooth’s entire anatomy, starting with the root itself. As a result, patients can look forward to a seamlessly beautiful and strong result that is likely to serve them well for the rest of their lives.
What is the Process for Getting Dental Implants?
- Our team will review your oral health and determine whether or not you’re a viable candidate for dental implants.
- We will surgically insert the implant(s) into the jawbone. While this process is typically handled by a specialist at other offices, we have the advanced training needed to keep it right here in-house for your benefit.
- A period of healing will commence, during which the implant(s) will start to form a bond with your natural tissue.
- Once your mouth has healed from the surgery, we will start working with you on the ideal dental restoration to fit over the placed implants. This could be an implant-retained crown, a dental bridge, or even a full prosthetic depending on your personal needs and preferences.