Experience the ease and longevity of dental implants in North Charleston SC
There are many myths associated with dental implants. Perhaps the most pervasive of these misconceptions is that implants are inherently painful. By practicing advanced dental techniques and partnering with implant specialists, Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA ensures your experience is as comfortable and pleasant as possible.
Dental implants also prevent destructive complications that result from gaps where teeth used to be. These complications include bone loss, which occurs when the supportive and surrounding bone doesn’t get the stimulation it needs from chewing and other functions.
The reality of the dental implants process
Made from medical-grade titanium, a dental implant is lightweight and durable. To function like your natural tooth root, the implant must be surgically placed in your bone. Titanium is biocompatible, and naturally and safely fuses to bone.
Every patient is different. For many dental implant cases, all that is needed is a local sedative. Patients are often pleasantly surprised by how easy the procedure can be. The American Academy of Implant Dentistry reports the majority of patients get back to work and activities by the next day.
As with any surgery, there may be some downtime, but it’s also important to take a longer view. Dental implant-supported teeth are very popular for good reason; they are the closest thing to natural teeth. Patients report enjoying foods again. They are able to laugh freely, without fear of a conventional denture slipping. Lives are transformed. They are no longer self-conscious about how they look or how they pronounce words. The list of benefits goes on and on.
Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA: For the life of your implants
Dental implants are made to last. You should never need a replacement. Treat your new teeth like natural, healthy teeth. Properly cleaning around the implant prevents bacteria from accumulating. Bacteria causes the inflammation that can threaten the health of the implant and overall oral health, even though the implant-supported tooth itself does not decay like natural teeth.
With proper home and professional care and cleanings at your North Charleston SC dentist, Dental implants can retain their beauty and function long after conventional options such as bridges require replacement. Call (843)751 4262 for appointments.Back to Dental Implants Page
Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA - Dr. Andrew Greenberg
Dr. Andrew Greenberg completed his Bachelor’s Degree in New Orleans, Louisiana at Tulane University. He graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine in 2009, where he portrayed excellent academic performance. He exercises his academic brilliance to the benefit of his patients every day. He grew up in a family with a dental background and showed interest in the field since his early days.