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At Collins Dental, our caring staff of dental professionals is committed
to performing dental implants and other procedures for individuals throughout
our community. Our
dentists in Winter Springs have
more than two decades of combined experience, during which we have mastered the art of performing dental implant procedures.
Since 2003, we have helped hundreds of patients get the results they desire,
and we stand ready to perform your dental implant procedure as well!
Why Collins Dental is the preferred choice:
- 28+ years of combined dental experience
- Comfortable and welcoming environment
- Free consultations for new patients
- Payment plans and financing options
THE DENTAL IMPLANT PROCEDURE & RECOVERY PROCESS
Because the procedure involves anchoring the implant to the patient's
jawbone, the surgery is completed in multiple stages. The procedure calls
for anesthesia, which our doctors are highly qualified in administering.
The healing process is relatively quick, and the procedure will be complete
once the replacement teeth, bridge, or overdenture has been attached.
Stages of the dental implant surgery:
- Stage one includes burying the implant underneath the gums and flush with
the bone. The implant replaces and acts as the root of the tooth. After
this stage is completed, there is a healing period to ensure successful
- Stage two begins after the healing process. The surgeon removes some of
the overlying gum and the abutment is added. The abutment is the post
that comes in many forms and holds the prosthetic tooth.
- The final stage is completed is completed when the dentist places the prosthetic
tooth or teeth on the abutments. The design of the abutment and implant
can withstand lots of pressure and wear, making them the desirable choice
for many people.
After the procedure, medications will be prescribed to prevent swelling,
reduce the risk of infection, and decrease the amount of pain and discomfort
the patient may experience. It is essential to maintain a sufficient oral
health, in order to ensure that your dental implants last as long and
function as properly as intended. This means brushing and flossing around
the implants at least twice a day, and following any other specific instructions
you are given. To make sure the implants last as long as they are intended
to, it is also recommended to schedule routine deep cleanings.
What are the benefits of dental implants?
Benefits of using implants to other tooth replacement options:
||Other Replacement Methods
|How long it lasts
||At least 20 years
||Up to 10 years
|Prevention of bone loss
|Needs periodic adjustments
|Loss risk of adjacent teeth
|Force transmission to
Dental implants are not for everyone, and patients must meet several criteria
to qualify for this procedure. To start, the patient must be in good health,
with the correct bone structure to support the implant. For the implant
to function properly, they also must have healthy gums. For these reasons,
individuals with chronic dental issues, periodontal disease, or certain
health conditions like diabetes, are not good candidates for implants.
Our dentists in Winter Springs say that implants are also not recommended
for frequent users of tobacco products or alcohol.
Get Your Dental Implants in a Comfortable & Friendly Environment
Although it may be intimidating to think about undergoing such an elaborate
procedure, you can be confident that our team possesses the skills, knowledge,
and experience necessary to provide you with the desirable results. No
matter what, we strive to create an
environment that is welcoming to our patients, so that they can go into their procedure feeling confident
what our past patients have to say.
While dental implants can be a more expensive procedure, we offer our patients
flexible payment plans, and
financing options are also available. Our patients are always our top priority, and we want
every single one to get the beautiful smile and optimal dental health
they deserve. In addition, we provide
free consultations, so if you would like to schedule yours,
call us today!
After your Dental Implant Procedure Instructions.