Dental Implants


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Dental Implants

  1. 1. Dental Implants Do you find yourself trying to hide your smile due to crooked or missing teeth? Is this condition affecting your self-esteem, love life, speech, or eating habits? If so, learn how easily your condition can be corrected through dental implant! Dental implants represent perhaps the most dramatic advance in modern dentistry the world has ever seen. As a result, every year tens of thousands of people elect to undergo implant dentistry to recapture beautiful smiles, rediscover lost social lives, and to feel better about themselves. Are you a potential candidate for dental implants? You may be if you’re looking to improve your appearance and self esteem, improve your speech, or enjoy eating certain types of food again. Let Dr. Ronen Rotem, a leading New Jersey cosmetic dentist, answer your questions regarding exactly what dental implant surgery is and how it can dramatically change your life for the better! Common Questions regarding Dental Implant: • What are Dental Implants? — Learn about the placement and makeup of a dental implant. • Why do I need Dental Implants? — Find out if you're a candidate for dental implants. • How does Dental Implants Work? — Outline of the different ways by which dental implants can improve your smile. • What exactly does the Implant procedure involve? — Detailed description of dental implant surgery. • FAQ — Get answers to more frequently asked questions about dental implants. What Are Dental Implants? A natural tooth consists of a crown (the part you see above the gum), and the root (the part hidden under the gum, within the jawbone). It is the root that actually holds the natural tooth in place. When a person is missing a tooth, the dentist must decide how to re-create the crown portion, and the best method to hold it in place. Dental implants were created for this purpose. Dental implants involve the use of metallic cylinders that are placed into the jawbone where original teeth once existed. These root-like cylinders are used to secure a replacement tooth. Dental implants can also be used to secure existing loose teeth in place by being installed alongside the loose teeth and anchoring to them with splinted
  2. 2. crowns. Using this procedure, Dr. Ronen Rotem, a leading New Jersey cosmetic dentist, can assure his patients that their loose teeth will function better and last longer in their mouths. Dental implants are made of various biomaterials. Most commonly, a surgical metal called titanium is used because it is the most compatible with human biology. Dr. Rotem will surgically place the dental implants in the jawbone right in his office using a local anesthetic. Approved and tested implant dentistry systems used by Dr. Rotem are very successful. In fact, some have lasted more than 20 years with a better than 90% success rate. Patients who have good oral hygiene and take care of their new teeth can enjoy implants that last a lifetime.