A missing tooth can ultimately affect the supportive bone and other teeth in your mouth. Having a dental implant can help preserve bone levels and the supportive structures around adjacent teeth. The sooner an implant can be placed after tooth loss, the better. Bone begins to reabsorb at a rapid rate when a tooth is missing, making restoration of the missing tooth more difficult as time passes. Bone resorption can also cause adjacent teeth to tip out of alignment, causing damage to them. A dental implant stimulates the bone, preventing resorption and keeping the foundation around your teeth sturdy and healthier
Dentures are a common way to replace multiple missing teeth. Implant posts can be placed to act as anchors for your dentures to ensure they fit comfortably and stay in place.
Dr. Boris Pinhasov has achieved fellowship status in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI). Dr. Pinhasov’s experience, education, and skill in implant placement have been restoring people’s smiles for years!