Teeth are especially vulnerable to deep cavities, gum disease, and more importantly, sports-related accidents. Worse still is the fact that teeth depend on each other for structural stability. When one is knocked out loose, the surrounding structure starts to collapse and the bone density fades away. This process is called bone resorption.
It is also possible for the occasional chips and cracks to slowly wear teeth out, often adding to any inherent problems such as gum disease.
They are literally your one-stop-shop solution for getting your lost smile back. Whether you require a single lost tooth or a complete set, we have several options that are custom designed just for you. It is now possible to eat normally like you once did and smile radiantly like you did before. We understand it’s not that easy for you to simply commit to a complicated dental procedure. This is why we recommend you to consults WITH Dr. Sharma and Dr. Baidwan who have extensive background in restorative dentistry.
Am I Eligible for Dental Implants?
The first step in determining if you’re eligible for dental implants is to carry our a comprehensive oral check up using X-rays and 3D scans to evaluate your oral health. This allows our doctors to identify any dental issues and to determine if dental implants are an option for you.
Make your appointments with us today and find out if dental implants are the ideal solution for you!
Caring for Your Tooth Replacements
After you receive your tooth replacements, proper care is necessary to ensure the tissue and bones around the replacement area stay healthy and strong to continue to support the replacement tooth.
This means it’s important to continue maintaining good oral health habits, above all else. Brush and floss multiple times a day to help keep your remaining natural teeth healthy and to keep the bacteria that can cause gum disease away from your gum line, (especially near your replacement teeth). When you brush, use a non-abrasive toothpaste to ensure you are not scratching the implant and leaving it susceptible to damage. Use implant-specific dental floss so you don’t damage the tooth replacement. Be sure to brush around and under your new tooth replacement to keep harmful bacteria from your gum line.
For those who have tooth replacements that can be removed, be sure to remove and clean them as directed daily. Inspect all pieces of your replacement device to ensure there are no worn or missing parts. Use a denture brush to lightly and gently clean your tooth replacement or dentures after soaking them. Always rinse replacement teeth or dentures before placing them back into your mouth.
You will be given specific details and instructions on how to care for your tooth replacements after your visit. Our staff is always available to answer any questions and help make sure you can properly take care of your new tooth replacements.