Best Dental Implants in Scottsdale AZ
Michael L Bleeker, DMD - Providing Quality dental implants in Scottsdale AZ
Patients looking for the best dental implants in Scottsdale, AZ can visit Dr. Michael Bleeker for a free consultation. Dr. Bleeker is committed to offering compassionate dental care when patients need it most. Dental implants are a great way to replace a single tooth or restore all missing teeth. These prostheses allow patients’ new teeth to look and feel like their own.
Teeth implants are surgically placed into the bone at treatment sites, replacing the lost natural tooth root. New teeth, whether crowns or dentures are then attached to embedded implant posts. As they integrate with surrounding tissue, implants prevent the bone resorption associated with tooth loss.
In-house guided surgical stents for precise dental implant placement.
What Are Dental Implants and How Do They Work
Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth. They have been used for many years, and more people are choosing this procedure than ever before. In recent years, dentists have made considerable advances in the technology behind dental implants. Dental Implants can be created from titanium or porcelain materials that look like your natural teeth! For those who don't want metal sticking out of their mouth, there is an implant option called "All-on-4." With this process, four dental implants are put into place at once and then two upper jaw bone screws are inserted later on to secure everything in place. Dental implants are generally very safe, with the majority of patients experiencing little to no complications from them.
Implants are surgically inserted directly into the jawbone and can be used to anchor a denture securely. They work as both an artificial tooth root and a healthy tooth by providing strong resistance to chewing forces and mimicking the natural teeth roots in supporting bone around them as long-term replacements for missing teeth.
Implants look like natural teeth in shape, size, hardness, strength, etc., and they feel like natural teeth because of their lack of seams or edges that would "wear out" over time with use. A special type of dental filling is often placed around the base or root portion of an implant during its construction to merge this critical piece with your jawbone (osseointegration) which forms attachments between metal
Benefits of Dental Implants
• Improved bone health and prevention of additional bone loss if a tooth is missing
• Reduced joint pain or bite problems caused by teeth shifting into spaces caused by tooth loss
• Restored chewing and speech
• Enhanced facial aesthetics
Dr. Bleeker and staff have seen a great improvement in their patients’ day-to-day lives when they turn to dental implants as a means of securing dentures and replacing whole missing teeth. Implant-supported teeth increase chewing efficiency significantly and improve the types and quality of foods patients can enjoy as parts of their diets.
Dental implants are popularly used to stabilize dentures. Many denture users turn to dental implants when they find themselves growing tired of the discomfort caused by conventional dentures, including poor retention and instability. Once your dentures are stabilized with dental implants, denture adhesives are no longer required. Michael Bleeker, DMD provides a wide spectrum of dental implant services as a way to stabilize dentures quickly and effectively, including the popular All-on-Four® concept, immediate load dentures, and delayed load denture techniques.
Once the dental implant is placed and integrated with the jaw bone, the denture can be secured, completing the dental implant process. With dental implant services in Scottsdale at Dr. Bleeker's office, patients enjoy renewed confidence and no longer worry about dentures falling, moving, or slipping out.
If you are in the greater Phoenix area and want to learn more about the best dental implants in Scottsdale, AZ, the cost of dental implants, or All-On-4 dental implants, full mouth dental implants, denture options, contact us or make an appointment today by calling 480-306-8510.