4 Things to Consider When Visiting an Oral Surgeon for Implants

Dental ImplantsAnyone who is thinking about visiting an oral surgeon to have missing teeth replaced has already made a good choice. After all, patients should take the time to make sure they are seeing the provider that is best suited to meet their needs. This is an important and intensive procedure so the provider a patient selects matters.

Here are a few things to consider when getting dental implants.

#1. This is surgery

Dental implants are a popular solution because they are permanent. This is because the actual implant is surgically placed under the gums and secured to the jaw bone by a dental professional. It requires actual surgery and patients are put to sleep easily during the process.

#2. The provider performing the procedure can directly impact the outcome of it

A variety of dental professionals offer dental implants as a tooth replacement solution. Many of them are not surgeons and rarely perform any type of surgical procedure. Thus, an oral surgeon can properly place dental implants without causing other health issues. In this situation, selecting the right provider can significantly impact the outcome and whether or not the procedure is successful.

#3. It will take time for the body to heal

Since this is surgery, it will take time for the gums to heal after the fact. Also, it takes time for the implant to become secured through the process of osseointegration. This is where we deposit the bone around the implant until it fuses with the actual jaw. This makes the implant as secure as a natural root.

Knowing that it takes time to heal and there will be a recovery process, it is important to visit a dental professional with the most experience. This will increase the likelihood of a fast recovery that is free from complications. This is why many patients visit our office. They know our experience is vast and understand how beneficial this will be during the procedure and afterward.

#4. The results are stunning

When implants are placed correctly, the results are stunning. The replacement tooth looks so natural that it can be difficult or impossible for anyone to tell the difference between teeth that are naturally occurring and the synthetic ones. Ultimately, this is the dental professional's job, to replace the tooth in such a way that looks, feels and behaves like a natural tooth. These types of results are why so many patients are choosing to replace their dentures or fixed dental bridges with one or several implants.

Call our office to speak with an oral surgeon

An effective method for placing dental implants is to call our office and speak with an oral surgeon. During your examination and consultation, we can determine if this procedure would be a good fit for your needs. Our experience makes us well-equipped to place implants and do so in a way that produces stunning and durable results. To learn more, call our office today.

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