Dental Implant Specialists in Chester County, PA
Westtown Dental Care offers dental implants for patients in Chester County, Paoli, Glen Mills, and West Chester, PA. When performed with the proper cosmetic dentistry in West Chester, PA, and other locations, these implants provide a great deal of benefits for people who are missing one or multiple teeth. Even missing only one tooth can affect your appearance and change the structure of your mouth. But dental implants will maintain your facial appearance and stop any of your teeth from shifting into the wrong places, all while being designed to last permanently.
Our implant specialists Dr Bekyan and Dr Cabrera will make sure you receive excellent dental implant restorations and outstanding care. We are happy to help people throughout Paoli, Glen Mills, Chester County, West Chester, PA and other local areas.
An appealing solution to replace missing or extracted teeth are dental implants. They are recommended over bridges because no additional teeth need to be affected.
Single dental implant restoration composed of three parts: implant screw, custom abutment and crown. The first step in this procedure is to surgically place the implant screw into the jaw bone. An opening is made in the gum so that it can be inserted. Multiple implant screws can be placed at once if necessary. After the screws are placed the gums are sutured.
Dental Implants in Chester County, Exton & West Goshen
It takes about 3-4 months to heal, and during this time the jaw bone will form around the dental implants in a process called Osseointegration . Fixed temporary crowns can be made and inserted at the time of surgical placement in certain cases, otherwise removable temporary appliance will be offered instead, so that you can eat and speak normally and maintain a proper aesthetic appearance for your smile.
Once the healing process is over an impression is then taken and used to create your permanent restoration: custom abutment and crown. Once your permanent restoration cemented it feels, looks and functions like your own tooth.
Cases with multiple or all missing teeth also can be treated with specially designed implant restorations: implant retained fixed bridges and overdentures.
Please call and schedule for a consult to find out if you are a candidate to receive dental implant restoration.