Dental Implants

Family Dentist in Decatur

Dental implants are a safe, durable replacement for missing teeth. Dental implants function and appear like natural teeth. Dental Associates of Alabama is committed to ensuring your optimal comfort and quality care. We use the latest techniques to ensure efficient, stress-free treatment.

Dental implants may be paired with replacement crowns for full tooth replacement. They may also be used to anchor dentures. Our doctors will recommend your teeth replacement plan based on your individual needs and preferences.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants are an aesthetic, effective solution for tooth loss. There are many great benefits to choosing dental implants. Dental implants can:

  • Restore your smile
  • Improve your oral health
  • Improve your speech
  • Improve comfort
  • Improve function
  • Protect healthy bone structure
  • Provide a long-term tooth replacement solution

Considerations

There are several factors that we will consider before recommending dental implants. Some of these include:

  • Adequate bone support to anchor the implant
  • Healthy gum tissue
  • Sinus and nerve location
  • Overall health, including any chronic illnesses

In some cases, we may recommend advance treatment for your upper or lower jaw. Your individual plan is based on your unique needs and goals for your healthy smile.

Be sure to let us know about any medications you are taking. Your health and safety are paramount.

To see if dental implants may be right for you, contact Dental Associates of Alabama for a consultation.

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