Dental implants come in different shapes and sizes. Tri-County Dental offers a variety to best meet your needs and fit in your budget.
Did you know that dental implants in Cincinnati, OH are frequently the best treatment option for replacing missing teeth? A beautiful smile is something we all hope to achieve, and many men and women throughout Cincinnati, Ohio are finding that dental implants at Tri-County Dental are just the solution for broken, damaged and missing teeth in the Cincinnati area.
Statistics show that 69% of adults ages 35 to 44 have lost at least one permanent tooth to tooth decay, gum disease, a failed root canal or simply by accident, and by age 74, 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth. If you are facing the prospect of dental implants, feel confident that Dr. Randall Allen can help you achieve a naturally beautiful smile.
Advances in dentistry have enabled dentists to replace missing teeth with permanent dental implants. Unlike dentures, these tooth replacements don't move or cause patients discomfort. They also continue to stimulate the jawbone like a natural tooth root, promoting good oral health and preventing bone loss over time.
Before undergoing a dental implant procedure at Tri-County Dental, it is first important to be aware of the different types of dental implants and how each can benefit you:
Traditional Implants. When traditional or standard implants are placed, they are implanted directly into the jawbone. Patients with thin jawbones may require bone grafting prior to treatment in order to successfully bond the implant. After a healing period of a few weeks to a few months, the implant bonds to the bone. Once bonded, the top half of the implant can then be added, along with any attached appliances.
Mini Dental Implants. When compared to traditional implants, the mini dental implant procedure is faster, less invasive and provides immediate results. No incisions in the gums are necessary, nor are there any stitches to be removed later. Because of the smaller implant size, bone grafting is rarely needed. The mini implants are placed in the jawbone and fixed with a special attachment that fits into the bottoms of any attached appliances.
Mini dental implants are similar to traditional implants, but can be placed in a single procedure. Traditional implants, by contrast, require a two-part procedure and a significant healing interval before results can be seen.
Whether you choose traditional implants or mini dental implants, the result will be a long-term replacement for missing teeth. Rather than resting on the gum line like removable dentures, or using adjacent teeth as anchors like fixed bridges, dental implants are long-term replacements for broken, damaged and missing teeth.
Whether you are a young, middle-aged or an older adult in Cincinnati, OH and whether you need to replace one tooth, several teeth, or all your teeth, there is a dental implant solution at Tri-County Dental for you. Call us today to set up a consultation and see how easy it can be to perfect your smile.