Dental Implants in Hallandale Beach, FL
Dental implants are considered a form of cosmetic dentistry but categorized as a form of prosthetic (artificial replacement) dentistry. Dental implants are metal posts or frames that are surgically placed into the jawbone beneath your gums. Once the dental implants are in placed, Dr. Arwas will be able to cover the metal post with a Zirconia Crowns.
People who have lost a tooth or teeth might feel too self-conscious to smile or talk. Additionally, biting irregularities caused by tooth loss can have a negative effect on eating habits, causing secondary health problems such as malnutrition.
By replacing missing tooth roots, dental implants provide people with the stability and strength required to eat any type of food without struggles. Additionally, they help to stimulate and maintain jaw bone, preventing bone loss and helping to support facial features.
Dental Implants by Dr. Arwas
Bone Grafting: This procedure is performed to enhance the results of the dental implants. Instead of using your own bone for grafting purposes, Dr. Arwas makes use of the processed bones, named as xenografts. So that your implant does not fail, bone is administered most of the times to support it. Once the bone is grafted on the affected tooth, you will have to wait for several months to let it stabilize for dental implants procedure. During your wait, Dr. Arwas will make sure you keep up with your follow-up appointments to see the bone healing process.
Osseous Surgery: This procedure involves the recontouring or removal of damaged bone around your tooth. The goal of the osseous surgery is to eliminate bacteria, reduce pockets and smooth the damaged bone so that the gum tissue can reattach to your strong bone. Osseous surgery is also known as the pocket reduction surgery. This procedure may have several surgeries to enter the root of your tooth. Dr. Arwas will reshape the deformities, along with removing the pockets that may cause the periodontal disease. This procedure is a throughout cleaning that will stop the progression of your periodontal disease. Thus, it is much easier to get the dental implants from our dentist.
Endosteal: A dental implant of this type is placed directly into the jawbone. According to the American Academy of Periodontology, the endosteal implant is the most common implant used in dentistry. The two common types of endosteal implants are the cylinder (also called screw-type) and blade. Following implant placement and healing of either type, prosthetic teeth are affixed to the implant(s) for patients who have lost teeth and are considering the various options for tooth replacement. You can treat dental implants as an alternative to the removable dentures or dental bridges.