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Discovering How Emergency Dental Implants Can Restore Your Smile

Dental Implants

For much of the history of dentistry, losing a tooth meant a significant amount of time with an imperfect smile. Difficulties in eating and speaking would be something that patients who had recently lost a tooth as part of an accident would need to endure until the proper replacements could be produced. Recent innovations in dental implant technology have produced significant changes in this process that means that restoring your beautiful smile can begin the same day that the injury occurred. In many cases, the days of living a life with an imperfect smile, even temporarily, have come to an end.

Emergency Dental Implant Surgery And How It Benefits You

Along with the often excruciating pain that accompanies breaking a tooth, many patients experience a sense of panic at what it means for their smile. Some dental breaks can be repaired using restoration techniques such as crowns and bridges. While effective, these treatments also mean that you’ll be leaving your dentist after your first visit with a visible gap in your smile, with multiple visits to follow to see it treated.

Emergency dental implants are a superior option for those looking to restore their smile as soon as possible. When a broken tooth results in the need for an extraction, you can invest in an emergency dental implant to restore your smile during that same visit. The process of getting a dental implant involves four simple steps:

  • Extraction – The broken tooth and its fragments are removed.
  • Post Insertion – Your jaw is prepared, and a dental implant post is installed.
  • Temporary Crown – A temporary crown is placed to restore your smile that day.
  • Permanent Crown – When your permanent crown becomes available, you return to have it placed.

In some modern dental offices, the third step is eliminated entirely. The availability of in-office restoration devices means that the final crown can be made and placed on the day of the appointment. This means you’ll leave your dental office with a smile indistinguishable from the one you had before your accident. Such are the miracles of modern dentistry.

Dental implants are the favored restoration technique of modern dentistry, and part of the reason for that is scalability. By getting an emergency dental implant, you’re doing more than just instantly restoring your smile. You’re laying the foundation for future replacements as well. If you should ever find yourself in need of a full arch replacement and already have two or more implants on the same arch, you may not need any further treatment. Instead, a replacement arch can be built and placed on your existing implants.

Talk With Your Dentist To Determine If Emergency Dental Implants Are Right For You

Whether due to an accident resulting in dental trauma or simply as the outcome of a necessary dental extraction, dental implants can be the best solution for your restoration needs. If you’re in need of a dental restoration as the outcome of an extraction, contact your dentist for a consultation today. They’ll help you decide on the best steps for your oral health moving forward.

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Dr. Tom Galinis
dr shannon galinis

Drs. Tom and Shannon Galinis
have an extraordinary passion for cosmetic dentistry and are active members of their profession. With dental degrees from the University of Florida College of Dentistry, Drs. Tom and Shannon Galinis help patients receive beautiful and functional smiles in Palm City, FL, and change lives each day.

Dr. Tom Galinis
dr shannon galinis

Drs. Tom and Shannon Galinis
have an extraordinary passion for cosmetic dentistry and are active members of their profession. With dental degrees from the University of Florida College of Dentistry, Drs. Tom and Shannon Galinis help patients receive beautiful and functional smiles in Palm City, FL, and change lives each day.

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