Implant Restorations in Gilroy
A Stable Alternative for Missing Teeth
Dental implant are designed to replace missing teeth and restore your ability
to eat, speak, and smile naturally. Whether you have one missing tooth,
several missing teeth in a row, or a full arch of missing teeth, dental
implant restorations in Gilroy may be right for you.
@My Gilroy Dentist - Amy N. Tran, D.D.S., we offer treatment options that are tailored for your needs and preferences.
If you would like to explore your options for replacing missing teeth,
(408) 317-7300 or
contact us online for an appointment.
The Treatment Process
The number of implants that may be needed depends on the number of replacement
teeth and type of restorations you are getting.
After the implants are surgically placed and heal, impressions are taken
to make your restorations and you will return to our office to have them
attached to the implant. We will advise you about how to care for your
implants after the surgery and your replacement teeth to help ensure a
lasting solution for your missing teeth.
Benefits of Implant Restorations
When considering your options for replacing missing teeth, there are several
benefits to choosing implant restorations.
Implant restoration offers advantages that include:
- A permanent solution for missing teeth
- Improved speech
- The ability to chew and eat normally
- Teeth that do not move or shift
- A younger looking appearance when missing teeth are replaced
Types of Restorations
Dental implants are used for several types of replacement teeth. Implants
can be used to create stable replacement teeth for one missing tooth,
several teeth in a row, or to replace all the teeth in your mouth. It
is important to have sufficient healthy bone structure to hold the implants
in place, so you should have an examination to determine if implant restorations
are right for you.
Dental implants can be used for a variety of restorations, including:
- Complete dentures
Whether you have implants to replace one missing tooth or an entire arch
of teeth, your implants will last for years with proper care. You can
do your part to keep your implants in great shape and maintain the health
of your remaining teeth and gums by adhering to strict oral hygiene at
home with careful brushing and flossing. Regular dental visits allow us
to monitor your progress and care for your natural and replacement teeth.
Please contact us today at
(408) 317-7300 to learn more about implant restorations.