It is possible to go back in time.
With Anderson Dental, missing teeth can be replaced with dental implants that look and feel like real teeth. Anderson Dental, a dental implant specialist in Kennewick, WA, gives patients:
- The ability to chew like that had when they were young.
- An alternative to dentures.
- And, best of all, a reason to smile with confidence.
How it works
A titanium screw replaces the root of a missing tooth. Considered a bio-compatible substance, the titanium bonds to the bone. This creates a solid anchor for the replacement tooth. A crown or bridge is then permanently sealed to the screw, creating a concrete bond that allows the implant to function just as well as any other tooth.
Am I too Old?
There are some limitations to this procedure based on health. There are certain chronic conditions that could preclude a patient from the procedure. But, in general, if a patient is healthy enough for an extraction than you are likely a candidate for an implant. The dentists at Anderson Dental will do a thorough exam of a patient’s health and dental history to determine if the procedure is for them.
Are you embarrassed by the way missing teeth ruin your smile? Do you want to turn the clock back to a time when your smile lit up the room? Make an appointment with the Tri-Cities dental implant specialist and see how this technique can truly make your smile light up a room.
Contact us for your next dental appointment.
Anderson Dental serves patients in Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland with the latest in dental technology delivered by a staff dedicated to your comfort and care. We also offer the latest in cosmetic dentistry, preventative and restorative care. Contact us today to make an appointment.
Your smile is worth it, so call us at (509) 585-2500 or Contact Us for a consultation!
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