Dental Implant Restorations in Delray Beach, FL
When referencing a false tooth, we use the term “restoration”. This restoration is attached to the dental implant to give the patient a new, natural looking tooth. If you have a dental implant or implants that need restoration, our expert restorative dentists can help you smile with confidence again. There are a few different types of implant restorations that are considered after your initial consultation with one of our premiere general dentists. The process is complex, which means that a team of skilled, professional implant experts should be your number one choice for implant restorations in Delray Beach, Boca Raton and surrounding areas. At Advanced Dentistry South Florida, our team of implant restoration experts provide high-quality, state-of-the-art service that leaves our patients with customized dental implant restorations. This is truly something to smile about!
Implant Crown Restoration
Depending on your needs, a single or multiple implant crown will be created to match the natural look of your teeth. Your dentist will take an impression of your teeth which will be used to create your new restoration. During the time that it takes for your new implant crown to be produced, you will be given a temporary restoration in order to fill the area being treated.
Dental Bridge Restoration
A dental bridge restoration is similar to that of an implant crown restoration, but there is one difference that separates the two restorations. A bridge has multiple crowns that have been created from the mold of a patient’s teeth and are then fixed to the bridge. The bridge contains a false tooth, otherwise known as a “pontic” with several restorations (crowns) on either side of it. The bridge is created to fit between the area of tooth loss and is supported by the other surrounding teeth.
Implant Retained Denture Restoration
A patient with a typical denture may experience annoying clicking noises or constant movement of the denture within the mouth. During the aging process, a denture may become loose because of changes in the jaw, making the device shift instead of staying in place. Your dentist may recommend a customized, fixed denture with dental implants, which will keep your denture in place and remove the need to take them out as well as reduce the risk of various particles getting trapped that eventually may cause infection.
If you would like more information on implant restorations or any other general dentistry service, please call our office at 561-495-2099 or visit our contact page. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you on your way to a smile that fits your lifestyle!