Are you tired of suffering from:
- Missing, damaged or infected teeth?
- Loose, embarrassing dentures?
- Gobs of denture adhesive or bulky denture plastic?
- Loss of bone associated with long term denture wear?
Dental Implants may very well be the answer.
Dental implants have been one of the most important developments in the history of dentistry. The benefits are wide ranging from improved appearance and self confidence to a whole new feeling of well being and renewed enjoyment of life’s simple pleasures.
A fresh open palate and strong natural bite with no bulky unnatural plastic irritating sensitive gum tissue are just a few advantages dental implants offer.
A gentle surgical procedure is performed to place the dental implant. Fortunately there is no pain during implant surgery. Unlike natural teeth, dental implants do not have sensitive nerves. After surgery mild pain medication is all that is needed.
Bone thickness is important. Fortunately most people have sufficient bone. If not, new bone can be regenerated with bone grafting or GTR (guided tissue regeneration).
Implant patients can once again eat the healthy foods they have been missing. Apples, corn on the cob and fresh vegetables are back on the menu... even steak!
The scientific evidence is in, and dental implants are safely and effectively replacing the missing teeth and bone that were once lost after extractions.
We invite you to read more on the specific Chicago & Orland Park dental implant treatments offered by Winterset Dental:
- Single Tooth Replacement
- Multiple Teeth Replacement
- Full Mouth Replacement
- Mini Implants
- All on 4
- Implants in a Day
If you have loss of teeth, or loss of bone associated with long term denture wear, dental implants probably have important advantages for you.
See how implant dentistry can transform smiles:
For additional questions on implant dentistry, please visit our Dental Implant FAQ section, and to schedule an appointment, please contact our Chicago dental implant office and a member of the Winterset team will be glad to be of service.