Complete Your Smile with Dental Implants in Edison, NJ
Why Are Dental Implants a Great Choice For Replacing Teeth?
Are you missing one or more teeth? Dr. Resnick, Dr. Rosenfeld, and Dr. Atlas have a restorative dentistry solution that can help. Using dental implants, they can provide Edison area patients with an extremely effective, natural-looking replacement option that beats a traditional dental crown, bridge, or partial. They can also be used to support and stabilize full dentures.
Our Edison dental office utilizes the most current implant restorative system to fit each patient's needs. If you are missing a tooth or a number of teeth due to an accident, decay, or infection, or if you are having a problem with your dentures or partials, we will be happy to advise you of your implant options. Contact our office today!
Implant-Retained Crowns & Bridges
Your implant restoration will depend on the number of teeth you’re missing and the number of implants that we’ve placed into the jawbone. Our team will be happy to help you determine the option that fits your needs and personal preferences best. For instance, implant-retained crowns are available for restoring individual implants. The crown will be crafted from high-quality dental ceramic that’s seamlessly lifelike, and its placement will preserve the health of surrounding natural teeth.
An implant-retained bridge, on the other hand, is designed to replace missing consecutive teeth. While a traditional bridge is anchored over adjacent natural teeth that have been ground down to accommodate it, this modernized model is attached to placed dental implants on either side of the gap, which is much better for the patient’s overall oral health.
Implant-retained dentures are another option for patients who want to replace a significant number of missing teeth with dental implants. Prosthetics are typically more cost-effective because they can be used to cover multiple implants at once instead of each one requiring a singular restoration.
Hybrid dentures are designed to permanently fix in place over the implants. As a result, they feel and function just like natural teeth and should be cared for in the same way as well. At regular intervals, our team will remove the prosthetic from your mouth and clean it in order to ensure its continued success.
Alternatively, if a patient is invested in maintaining their denture’s removable nature, they can receive an overdenture. While this prosthetic still attaches to placed dental implants, it can be easily taken out of the mouth at home for simpler cleaning and convenient storage.