Dental Implants in Shelby Township, MI
It can feel like you’re far from having the perfect smile when you’re dealing with tooth loss, but there is good news. Here at Fedon Family Dental, we offer our patients the latest in dental restorations and technologies, ensuring that they get the highest quality restorative dentistry they need and trust when faced with tooth loss. If you are missing one or more permanent teeth, dental implants provide a permanent solution.
Dental implants have become a popular way to replace missing teeth these days. These little posts or studs are artificial tooth roots that are implanted into the jawbone. Since implants are made from biocompatible material (aka titanium), this means that the implant is accepted by the jawbone without any problems or reactions.
Implants can give you a natural-looking tooth that will stay fixed in place. No need for adhesives and no concerns over whether or not your implant might move or shift around. You never have to worry about this with a dental implant. The implant fuses with the jawbone, which means a false tooth that is as strong, durable, and resilient as your natural teeth (maybe even stronger). This means that you can speak and chew with confidence when you have a dental implant.
We know that many healthy adults are ideal candidates for dental implants. During an implant consultation, we will examine your smile and determine whether you’re an ideal candidate for implants and what type of dental implants are best suited to your needs. We will take care of you and your smile every step of the way to ensure that you get a beautiful, full set of teeth again. We will also provide you with the information and knowledge you need to make an informed decision regarding your oral health and tooth replacement option.
Implants can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, a whole arch, or even an entire mouth full of missing teeth. Implants can provide our patients with beautiful smiles and peace of mind, knowing that they have artificial teeth that are truly the closest thing to real teeth.