Dental Implants

Dental Implants

At Dentihealth we utilize dental implants (artificial roots) as moulding structures for both crowns and future prosthesis. When bound to the artificial roots, they can substitute for the whole tooth. Implants are placed by board certified periodontist Dr. Paul Fotek.

Implant vs. Bridge

The reliability (solidness) and effectiveness of dental implants is of no (beyond) comparison, however, standard dental bridges remain as an option. Dental implants endow the base for and retention of both a freestanding tooth, as well as a denture.

The essential factor in the dental implant process at Dentihealth is treatment planning. If you are a potential dental implant patient (dental implant candidate) will be ascertained after a thorough examination by Dr. C. After joint consultation with the surgeon and a dental lab technician, a personalized dental treatment will be created. The dentist will, successively, place the dental implant and design with the technician the dental crown, bridge or denture.

The implant placement follows the tooth extraction and comprehensive bone evaluation. During the healing process, on some occasions, a patient may obtain an immediate provisional tooth. It takes three to four months for the implant to integrate and conflate with the bone, after which the final restoration is possible.

Caring for Dental Implants

With the implants restored, your smile will last for years to come. To maintain it, daily care and regular check ups are essential. The caring, maintenance, as well as fixtures for the existing implants can be provided by the dental team at Dentihealth. We will also teach you how to care for them at home, as it is essential for maintaining your new beautiful smile.


You can easily book your next appointment with us either over the phone on (772)336-8253 or online with the book now button above. We look forward to seeing you soon.
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