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Dental Implants

  • Dental implants for better quality of life!

    Dentistry has progressed to a point where we can predictably replace missing teeth with dental implants. At our Andover dental office we offer dental implants to help restore your smile.

    As the only solution to tooth loss, dental implants have quickly gained favor as the preferred method for tooth replacement. In fact, implants match the appearance, function, and strength of natural teeth so well that you may forget that you ever lost a natural tooth. For the vast majority of patients, dental implants are a quick, easy, and relatively pain-free way to replace broken or missing teeth.

    A dental implant is a titanium post or fixture that is surgically placed into the upper or lower jawbone as an anchor for a natural-looking crown. Dental implants can be used to replace a tooth or teeth lost due to accident, disease, or congenital abnormality.

    Dental implants are strong and secure so that you can speak and eat with confidence. In addition to restoring your natural chewing and speech, they can resolve the joint pain or bite problems caused when teeth begin to shift following tooth loss. Dental implants have the added benefit of being strong enough to support other dental appliances, making bridgework or dentures more secure and comfortable. Plus, they look so real that they are virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth.
    Dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth or the entire dentition.

    Depending on your situation, your treatment will be completed in one day or multiple visits.

    Dr. Sirakian will carefully explain, in detail, each step of your treatment and will provide you with a clear understanding of what to expect.

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