At Gardens Family Dentistry, we keep pace with leading-edge technology and methods of care in the field of implant dentistry to help patients with missing teeth enjoy an overall better quality of life. Our Palm Beach Gardens dental implants come closer than any other type of tooth replacement to recreating the look, feel and function of a natural smile. Our highly trained professional team tailors your course of care to address the specific needs of your case, keeping you well informed and at ease throughout the process.
Tooth loss affects millions of people across the United States and may attributed to myriad factors, including periodontal disease, traumatic injury or extensive tooth decay. Moreover, losing teeth can complicate many aspects of your life, making it difficult to enjoy a varied, nutritious diet as well as speak with ease and smile with confidence. By replacing your missing teeth with Palm Beach Gardens dental implants we can help make these vital daily functions easier, improving your health, self-image and sense of wellbeing. An implant is a small surgical post, made of biocompatible materials, which integrates with your jawbone over time to serve as an artificial tooth root. Implants offer many benefits, including providing ongoing stimulation to the surrounding bone to prevent the loss of volume to preserve the natural contours of your face. While an individual implant can support a customized dental crown, strategically placed dental implants can also support a fixed bridge or an overdenture to replace multiple missing teeth. Using advanced diagnostic technology such as CBCT systems, we can determine precisely where to place your implants to rebuild your smile with the utmost exactitude.
If you’ve lost your teeth for any reason, visit us at Gardens Family Dentistry to find out if you’re a candidate for Palm Beach Gardens dental implants. Our goal is to help you enjoy the beautiful, complete smile you deserve. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call today. Dental implants also address the issue of bone loss, which typically occurs after a tooth is lost or extracted.