Dental Implants Pinellas Park, FL
More than 3 million Americans have dental implants
A Tooth Replacement Option You Can Depend On
If you are ashamed, embarrassed, or have low self-confidence because of missing teeth, there is a solution! Dental implants are an effective way to restore missing teeth and protect you from jaw bone loss. We offer this tooth replacement option because of their high success rate, natural looking results and functionality.
Listen to our patient testimonials to hear how implants have improved patients’ health and daily lives.
Dental Implants Before & After Transformations
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Find Out If You Are A Candidate for Dental Implants
If you have lost a tooth after gum disease, an accident or for any other reason, implants could be a permanent solution for you. Dental implant restoration services are offered at Waterside Dental because our team understands how valuable this treatment can be for patients struggling with tooth loss.
Even patients who have lost some bone tissue may be candidates for dental implants. Dr. Nadine Al-Hammali performs bone grafting procedures at our office for those with more extensive bone loss.
Benefits of implant dentistry include:
- Restores the esthetics of the smile
- Increases comfort when eating and speaking
- Highly durable
- No gum irritation
- Feels like your natural teeth
- Can be cared for like your natural teeth
- Reduces the risk of bone loss
- Helps retain your facial structure
Comparing Dental Implants and Dentures
Many of our patients ask us whether they should get dental implants or dentures to restore missing teeth. It is important to understand the key differences between these two tooth replacement methods because both offer their own set of benefits.
Key benefits dental implants provide over dentures:
- Fuse to the jaw bone offering increased stability
- Increase jaw bone growth and prevent degradation
- Designed to last a lifetime
- Avoid causing gum irritation by sitting on the gums
Implant Supported Dentures
Implant supported dentures may be an option for those who have low bone density. This treatment is designed with a foundation of implants, providing the stability for a custom-made denture that is secured on top. With this option, there are no pastes or gels to hold dentures in place, and no risk of dentures coming loose.