Dental Implants

For many years dentures were your only option for replacing missing teeth. And while dentures can be effective and reliable, they are not without their problems. Most of the issues that come with dentures are related to a poor fit. Essentially, traditional dentures sit atop your gums supported by a strong fit, suction, and maybe some dental adhesive.

The problems come when that fit loosens. Over the months and the years after losing your teeth, your jaw and gums will change shape. With no roots to support bone density in your jaw, your bone will deteriorate, and a once–strong-fitting denture will come loose.

Loose dentures cause a variety of problems, from embarrassing slips to sores in the mouth. Having loose dentures can affect your appearance, your speech, and your ability to chew. Of course, you can always come into our Reading office to have your dentures adjusted and refitted, but there is a more permanent solution: dental implant procedure from First Dental Associates.

Your Dental Implants Process

Essentially, dental implant procedure are synthetic replacement roots. They are made from titanium rods that are surgically placed into your jawbone. As your dental implants heal, the bone in your jaw will bond with the titanium, something titanium is particularly good at. These new replacement roots can be used to secure a single crown, a dental bridge, or a full set of dentures.

With implants in place, your jaw will retain bone mass, and your tooth replacement will have a stable anchor. This not only solves the problem of loose fitting dentures, but it also stops your face from changing shape, so you can maintain your natural appearance.

Your Implants Dentists in Reading, MA

Dr. Sadeghi can provide any type of teeth restoration for your implants, whether you are replacing a single tooth, a series of teeth, or a whole row. With the expertise and experience of Drs. Sadeghi, you can be sure you are receiving expert dental care at First Dental Associates.

With dental implants you never have to worry about loose dentures again. They will provide the stability you need to smile, eat, and speak with confidence. Implants are a long-term solution, so you will not have to keep coming in for readjustments. It will be like you grew a new set of teeth.

Don’t wait to get started on the dental implant procedure that will restore your smile and your freedom. Call 781-435-7290 today to schedule an appointment, or simply fill out our online form and one of our associates will contact you.