Dental Implants - Chester County, PA
Chester County, PA Implant Dentists
Chester County is one of the original counties established during the founding of Pennsylvania. It’s a thriving county filled with an amazing community. Chester County is located in the South-Eastern section of PA and holds over 500,000 people with some notable locations being West Chester (the county seat), Exton, Malvern, Paoli, and Valley Forge.
Chester County is notable for having one of the highest incomes per household in all of PA. This is reflected in the great school districts as well as the beautiful landmarks that can be found throughout the county.
Chester County also holds 7 different higher level educations that you can complete after high school. Colleges/Universities are an important business because of the money they can bring in the area.
Here at Westtown Dental our Dentists take pride in providing Dental Implant care to the residents of Chester County. Our main office is located just out side of the county seat.
Dental Implants in Chester County
A huge aspect in what allows Chester County to thrive is the balance in demographics. The town attracts young residents for the job opportunities and allows older residents to stay for the quality and abundance of care providers such as West Town Dental.
We provide a professional experience to our clients to ensure that they can enjoy the many attractions that Chester County has to offer. Receiving a dental implant can take 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.