Chicago Dental Implants
If you have missing teeth that need to be replaced, you may be thinking about getting dental implants. If you decide to get dental implants, you will want to get them at our oral surgery office where patients receive the very highest level of care. Our office is Northwestern Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons, PC. Our oral surgeons, who are highly experienced in providing patients with dental implants, are Dr. Alexis B. Olsson and Dr. Michael Miloro. When you decide to get Chicago dental implants you can do no better than to have the oral surgery performed at our dental practice.
When you come to our oral surgery practice to get dental implants, our oral surgeon will first fully analyze your jawbone to make sure that it is healthy enough and thick enough to successfully hold the dental implant root or roots. If you have been told in the past that you are not a good candidate for getting dental implants because of the health of your jawbone, our oral surgeon will most likely be able to provide you with a bone grafting. After the bone grafting procedure is complete, you will be able to get dental implant roots surgically inserted into your jawbone, and the procedure will be successful. Dental implants are a very popular way for patients to have their missing teeth replaced because the dental implants look, feel, and function just like regular teeth. If well taken care of with a great at-home teeth cleaning regimen, and with periodic dental cleanings, there is no reason why your Chicago dental implants should not last a lifetime.
The dental implants are actually tiny titanium posts that are surgically inserted into the jawbone where teeth are missing. It is important that these posts are inserted in precisely the right place. Our oral surgeons are experts in providing patients with dental implants, and when you come to our surgical practice to have this portion of the dental implant procedure performed, you can feel totally confident that you will have excellent results. These titanium roots act as a substitute for an actual tooth root. The jawbone will bond with the titanium, and a strong foundation is created for your new artificial teeth, which will actually be beautiful porcelain crowns. Dental implants will also help preserve your facial structure which would be affected should you allow a gap to remain where your tooth originally was. For an appointment to meet with our oral surgeon regarding getting Chicago dental implants, contact us today.
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