Dental Implant Solutions from New York’s Dr. Weisglass
Dental implants provide an innovative, attractive alternative to old-fashioned replacement teeth. The science behind implants is backed by extensive clinical research and practical application. The first dental implant placed in 1965 by Dr. Per-Ingvar Branemark, a Swedish orthopedic surgeon, set in motion a series of events that has revolutionized dentistry.
Today, patients in New York who want a long-term solution to replace missing teeth turn to dental implants to regain a comfortable, complete smile. The advantages of dental implants over replacement teeth of the past are numerous – and life changing. Dental implants provide the benefits of natural teeth for worry-free smiles that let you focus on your life – not your teeth.
The Structure of a Dental Implant
Essentially, a dental implant is a man-made substitute for a natural tooth root. A tiny titanium post placed in the jawbone begins a process called osseointegration, in which your bone tissue integrates and become one with the post. A small abutment sits atop the post and anchors a single implant crown that looks and feels like a natural tooth. Two or more implants placed in the jawbone provide a firm foundation for multiple replacement teeth in the form a bridge or denture.
A Focus on Your Needs
In Forest Hills, Dr. Weisglass offers customized implant dentistry solutions to replace individual missing teeth and to secure prosthetics containing multiple teeth or an entire row of teeth. The All-on-4 dental implants system delivers fixed replacement teeth in a single day. From the simplest cases to the most complex, Dr. Weisglass adopts a laser focus to create personalized implant dentistry strategies that deliver dependable results.
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Delivering quality solutions for distinctive smiles since 1984. Contact the office of Dr. Stephen Weisglass today to schedule your implant dentistry consultation. Our Forest Hills practice serves Queens and surrounding areas.