Dental Implants

Nashua, New Hampshire patients who have lost a tooth – or several teeth – can benefit from a consultation in which dental implant treatment is discussed. In the several decades these prosthetics have been used, they have become recognized as the gold standard of care in the area of functional restoration.

Dental Implants Before and After

What are Dental Implants?

Implants are the foundation for the most stable tooth replacement you can find today. These tiny titanium posts are inserted into the jawbone, where they take the place of natural roots.

At Nashua Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry, P.L.L.C., we work with a number of different types of implants and situations. A single implant may be inserted to replace one or two teeth, or several implants may be planned to support a bridge or denture. The beauty of implants is that this treatment is designed based on each person’s needs. Using the latest technology, our planning process has a high level of accuracy, streamlining the surgical procedure and optimizing results at the same time.

Benefits of Implant Treatment

Numerous advantages make dental implant treatment appealing. Each stems from the stabilization of implant posts in the jawbone. Implants closely replicate the natural oral structure in their replacement of roots. In the months that follow the initial procedure, bone tissue fuses around implant posts, fully stabilizing the foundation for replacement teeth. Due to the high degree of soundness achieved, chewing, speaking, smiling, and laughing all feel completely natural.

Replacing teeth and restoring smiles with dental implants

Replacing teeth and restoring smiles with dental implants
A dental implant replaces the root of a missing tooth, for a restored smile that looks completely natural. With a success rate of 95 percent, dental implants are quickly becoming treatment of choice for missing teeth. This short video, brought to you by Dr. Randall G. Viola, D.D.S. in Nashua Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry explains the process.
Video Transcript

The use of modern, high-quality materials achieves an appearance that cannot be distinguished from natural teeth. These materials will not corrode nor will they become discolored like natural enamel. An additional and very important aspect of dental implant treatment is the preservation of natural bone tissue that stems from the replacement of roots.

In the natural oral anatomy, teeth absorb force when chewing. This force is transferred through roots and into the jawbone, translating to stimulation through which bone continually regenerates. When teeth and their roots are lost, the transfer of force no longer occurs. Replacing roots with implants supports this process for long-term stability, comfort, and facial fullness.

Whether you need single-tooth replacement or full mouth reconstruction, the many benefits of dental implants can be yours. Contact Nashua Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry, P.L.L.C. today.