Dental Implants in Westport
A full, healthy smile is essential for enjoying good oral health and wellbeing. Not everyone has a full smile, though. Conditions like gum disease and tooth decay can contribute to adult tooth loss, or an accident can result in the same problem. To help with this, our team at the Dental Center of Westport offers a popular, versatile restorative service known as dental implants. With this solution, we can help you replace what you’ve lost, granting you improved functionality, appearance, and confidence.
What Makes Implants Different?
The difference between a traditional prosthetic and an implant-supported prosthetic is the metal implant post that holds the replacement tooth in place. When one or more implant posts are inserted into the jaw, they function like prosthetic roots. Over time, they’ll even bond with the bone tissue in your jaw, ensuring a strong, natural feel.
This happens during the first phase of treatment, which will be completed by a skilled oral surgeon. In the next phase of your procedure, you’ll come to our Westport office to have your brand new prosthetic placed by Dr. Kogan. Dental implants are versatile enough to replace a single tooth, a few teeth, and even a full upper or lower arch.
With your procedure complete, you can look forward to smiling with confidence and enjoying your favorite foods, including hard-to-eat fruits and veggies you had to avoid with your old partial or denture.
Are Dental Implants Right for Me?
While many patients are excellent candidates for dental implants, they aren’t for everyone. If you’d like to be considered for treatment with this excellent solution, we invite you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kogan at the Dental Center of Westport. During your visit, we can complete a full oral exam and discuss which treatment options are right for you. If dental implants are the best option, we’ll be happy to explain the treatment process and answer any questions you might have.
Call the Dental Center of Westport today to reserve your appointment. We’ll be happy to complete an oral health assessment for you. Our team is committed to offering comprehensive restorative care that improves oral health and changes lives.