Selecting Your Specialized Treatment
Dental implants are a healthy way to restore the gaps in your smile that are caused by missing teeth. If you’re interested in a long-lasting tooth-replacement option that feels like your natural teeth, then dental implants might be ideal for you.
Due to advances in dental implant technology, more patients are restoring their smiles than ever before. Thankfully, Dr. Owoc is a highly qualified implant dentist who possesses the necessary skills and training that you can rely on for restorative treatments. To find out if implants are right for you, we recommend scheduling a consultation with Dr. Owoc.
The Ideal Candidate is Anyone that:
Wants a Permanent Restoration
Dental implants provide patients with a long-term option that doesn’t require any extra maintenance than your natural teeth. By routinely brushing and flossing your teeth, your implant can last as long, if not longer, than the rest of your smile.
At White Oak Dental Associates, we understand how valuable your time is and how awkward, slippery dentures can make it. For this reason, we can have you smiling again in no time with our sturdy dental implants.
Beyond the stability, we top our implants with beautiful, tooth-colored porcelain crowns which improve the appearance of your smile.
When you choose dental implants, you’re investing in your freedom—unimpeded speech, stunning aesthetics, and natural function for your smile.
Wants a Healthy Smile
While the other tooth-replacement options focus on restoring the appearance of your smile, dental implants are the only restoration that reverses the adverse effects of tooth loss.
When you leave gaps in your smile unattended, your teeth will gradually move out of place, and your jawbone will deteriorate. With dental implants, the implant fixture acts as the root of the tooth, securing the implant in your jaw and restricting nearby teeth from shifting.
Furthermore, implants don’t require the removal of enamel from your neighboring teeth, like with partial bridges. By leaving your adjacent teeth alone, the implants set your smile up for long-term success.
Call or Submit a Form Today!
If you’re curious about dental implants and what they can do for your smile, give us a call at 412-203-8692. Alternatively, you can fill out the submission form below, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.