Enjoy single and multiple implant placement to restore your smile after tooth loss
Single dental implants replace a missing tooth by anchoring an artificial tooth into the jaw. The implant is placed directly into the bone, acting as a root for your new replacement tooth. Multiple dental implants are typically used when several teeth need to be replaced, such as in cases of dentures or bridges. In these cases, multiple implants are inserted into the jaw and then connected with abutments that hold either dentures or bridges in place. This helps restore functionality, provide stability and support, and create a natural-looking smile. The result can give you back much of your confidence in smiling and speaking comfortably. Drs. Gina and Christopher Gomez of Gomez Family Dentistry in Pensacola, Florida, can evaluate you to decide if you are a good fit for these restorations.
What are the benefits of single and multiple dental implants?
With single and multiple dental implant procedures, patients experience improved form, function, and esthetics. Single implant placement can provide improved stability for a single missing tooth, while multiple implants offer better support and stability for bridges or dentures. The procedures are also designed to create a more natural-looking smile by restoring the shape of your facial features and restoring lost jawbone structure. Additionally, implants help preserve nearby healthy teeth by eliminating the need to be altered to support a bridge or partial denture. Dental implants can last for many years with proper maintenance, making them a long-term investment in oral health.
Which one is right for me?
Both implant placements are effective ways to restore your smile if you have suffered from tooth loss due to extraction, decay, or trauma. Depending on your current oral health concerns and the situation at hand, one or both options may be used. A consultation appointment and initial evaluation with our team at Gomez Family Dentistry is the best way to find out more and determine candidacy.
Schedule a visit today
Call (850) 429-4664 to request a visit to the office located in Pensacola, FL, at 2915 E Cervantes St, to discuss the benefits of this and other restorative services.
Our office assists patients in the surrounding communities of Milton, Pace, Perdido, Fort Walton Beach, Navarre, Gulf Breeze, Pensacola Beach, and Cantonment, Florida.