September 1, 2017
Is your self-confidence lacking because of a missing tooth or loose dentures?
Are everyday tasks like eating or talking more difficult for you because of missing or damaged teeth?
You don’t have to struggle any longer. Patients of Hugh B. Rosenblatt, DMD, in Boynton Beach, FL have seen dramatic changes in their smiles and their self-confidence thanks to our full-mouth reconstruction options.
We can help put your mind at ease and give you your confidence back. If you’ve lost a tooth, have several missing teeth, or are tired of fussing with removable dentures, dental implants may be a great option for you.
What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are titanium rods that replace your tooth roots. They serve as the base for a dental bridge, crown, or dentures so that your missing teeth can be replaced and your current teeth stay healthy. The implant bonds with your jawbone, making it just as stable as a natural tooth.
Dental implants are a great, dependable option for people who want a full set of teeth that look and function like the real thing.
Advantages of dental implants include:
- Improved appearance
- Clearer speech
- Better comfort
- Easier eating
- More self-confidence
- Improved oral health
Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth and become permanent. They work and feel just like your normal teeth, which means you can eat all of your favorite foods. With proper care, your dental implants can last for the rest of your life, which means never having to worry about messy, annoying dentures.
BioHorizons American-Made Dental Implants
At his dentist office in Boynton Beach, FL, Dr. Rosenblatt uses BioHorizons® dental implants. BioHorizons is an American company and their American-made implants are high-quality and dependable. Dr. Rosenblatt is a certified BioHorizons implant dentist and believes a BioHorizons implant is the best solution for dental implant patients.
Dr. Rosenblatt can use dental implants in several different ways, depending on your individual needs:
- Single-tooth replacement
This method uses just one implant to support one crown. This is a great option if you lost a tooth a while ago or if you recently had a tooth extracted or knocked out. The single-tooth implant is put into the opening where your tooth used to be.
- Implant-supported bridge
If you’re missing more than one tooth, an implant-supported bridge can be a great option for you. For an implant-supported bridge, multiple crowns are bonded together and put on the implants. This option is much more stable than an ordinary fixed bridge.
If you are looking to replace more than just a couple teeth, dentures may work for you. Implant-supported and implant-retained dentures are great options for those who don’t want to have to worry about their dentures moving around.
How Do I Know If Dental Implants Are Right For Me?
If you’re in generally good health overall, you can consider a dental implant an option. However, it’s important to have enough bone to hold the implant and healthy gums. You should also be dedicated to your oral health and practice good dental habits like regular brushing, flossing, and checkups at the dentist’s office.
We believe the following factors set us apart from the rest:
- Our state of the art dentist office is updated with the latest technology necessary to make your visit as comfortable, convenient, and dependable as possible. Our 3D X-rays take the guesswork out of placing implants, making the entire process better for you.
- Each patient who walks through our doors is treated like family. We create a customized treatment plan that is just right for you. We strive to meet both your needs and your expectations.
- We offer each patient a comfort menu that includes TV and music, blankets, bottled water, eye masks, and sedation options for patients with dental anxiety.
Our experienced staff at our Boynton Beach, FL dentist office can answer any questions you may have. We can go through the dental implants process with you and make sure you’re a good candidate. If you believe dental implants are right for you, call (561) 877-3802 to schedule a consultation. You can also check out our website to find out more about us and to schedule an appointment.