Implants look, feel, and function just like a natural tooth. They can be a great option for replacing a missing tooth or teeth. Not only are they more comfortable than dentures and bridges but they help preserve jaw bone tissue. As part of our goal of providing the very best experience, we use PRP Therapy to promote faster healing of the implant surgical site.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots embedded into the jaw, taking the place of one or more missing teeth. They are used to permanently anchor a false tooth, such as a crown, bridge or denture. Compared to traditional bridges and dentures, implant-supported bridges and dentures look, feel, and function more like natural teeth. In addition, implants help preserve jaw bone mass which has both aesthetic and oral health benefits. At Estero Bay Dental in Estero, FL, we recommend implants whenever possible because of the many benefits they offer. Dr. Arellano has decades of experience placing implants so you can rest assured you will be in the best of hands at Estero Bay Dental.
Most people who get dental implants experience a successful outcome that often lasts several decades. Success rates are extremely high for this procedure – especially in patients with healthy gums and sufficient bone structure. Furthermore, implants are very low-maintenance in comparison to other tooth replacement solutions. In fact, you can treat an implant in much of the same way you treat your other teeth.
When planning dental implant treatment, the Estero Bay Dental team in Estero, FL personalizes implants to the functional and cosmetic needs of a patient. The crown, bridge, or denture that will sit on the implant is sized, shaped and color-matched for a natural look.
If you have one or more missing teeth or will soon be having a tooth extracted, our dentists and staff can provide you treatment options, explain the benefits of each, and ensure you have complete information to make an informed decision based your goals and budget.
If you think dental implants may be right for you, we invite you to contact our office to schedule a free consultation. We will evaluate your tooth replacement needs and help you determine if implants could be the solution for you.