Dental implants can be a great option if you are searching for permanent, stable tooth replacements. Dr. Hsieh is a dental implant specialist who has received two years of implant fellowship at NYU, and he is also an active member of International Congress of Oral Implantologists. We are proud to offer high-quality treatment for all of your dental needs. Call Designer Smiles Dentistry today to learn more about our dental implants in Garden City, New York, and schedule a consultation with Dr. Wayne W. Hsieh.
Teeth are very resilient and can withstand a great amount of pressure and wear from chewing and biting, but they are not invincible. Teeth can become severely damaged or fall out altogether due to injury or disease, resulting in a less desirable appearance in addition to bite problems, difficulty eating or speaking, and even bone loss. Thankfully, missing or damaged teeth can be replaced with dental implants, which can be designed to look and feel natural!
Dental implants can allow our dentist to replace just one tooth, multiple teeth or even a full arch of teeth when used with dentures. You will be able to eat and speak with the same confidence and comfort you have with your natural teeth. Your implants will be secured firmly in your jawbone so that there is no risk of them falling out, and they can be customized to match the appearance of your other teeth.
A dental implant is a titanium screw that acts like a tooth root for your new artificial tooth. The implant is placed directly into the jawbone, and the biocompatible titanium fuses with the bone for a durable foundation. A crown, bridge or denture is then anchored on top of the implant for a strong finish that blends in seamlessly with the rest of your smile. The procedure to install a dental implant is a simple one with which our dentist has extensive experience, so you can be confident that your implant will be high-quality, sturdy and beautiful.
Your smile can be complete, functional and dazzling again! Call today and talk to our dentist about replacing your missing or damaged teeth with dental implants.