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To book an appointment with the best dental implant dentist in Alpharetta, please contact us at (470) 837-3750. With the amount of options available today (implants, All-on-4 Dental Implants Alpharetta, mini implants), and at so  many affordable price ranges, there is no reason why anyone should  suffer with missing, or diseased, teeth. Be proactive by reaching out to us  today, and get started down a new path to beautiful looking teeth.

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Even with all the new dental technology we have available today, the sad reality is that many people will still end up losing one, or even several, teeth during their lifetime. Losing a tooth can be humiliating, and upsetting, which then can easily spiral down into self-esteem issues. More importantly, a missing tooth, in time, will affect your ability to eat properly. You read that right. Even losing one tooth can negatively impact your dental health, which is why dentists stress replace missing teeth as soon as possible. Although there are many solutions to this challenge, the best, by far, are dental implants.

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A standard dental implant is made up of three individual components. The first is the actual post that is "implanted" directly into the jawbone. This is accomplished through a surgical procedure.  Although the procedure is a short one, the process calls for artificially replacing your tooth root. This is going to cause some pain.  This is why we call it a surgery and surgery requires anaesthesia. The surgery will take about an hour, for one implant, which is why we make sure all our patients are made quite comfortable throughout the process.  After the procedure is complete, you will be well enough to go back to work the same day. However, if anaesthesia worries you, we can use sedation dentistry instead.

Even though implants are at the top of the food chain, in terms of replacing a missing tooth, or teeth, it is expected that you perform a high level of oral hygiene to maximize they're longevity. Some of the dentists in our network even expect you to revisit their practice once, or twice, a year to make sure everything is being handled correctly.

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How Long Do Dental Implants Last? Why Are They The Preferred Choice?


Although dental implants have only been around for the past 40 years, so many people have them done that there are plenty of studies showing 93-98% of all successfully installed implants are still working properly after 10 years. The truth is, as long you maintain a high level of oral hygiene, there is no reason why your implants couldn't last a lifetime.  If the three components were set up the right way, and the implant remains free of inflammation - those pearly whites can last a very long time. With that being said, lower  jaw implants tend to fare better than upper jaw implants. The reason being that the bone quality in the lower jaw is usually more resilient.

And even though success rates range in the mid, and high, 90%, there are still issues that can occur with implants. Peri-implantitis can lead to the loss of an implant. Permanent overloading or incorrect loading,  can cause the implant to break, which then requires the removal of the implant. In other words, there is still a percentage of implants that do not make it.  However, with healing, and time, the second attempt at an implant is usually the one that does it. 

Dental implants are like real teeth, and support the surrounding teeth and help maintain oral health. Although removable dentures cost less than implants, the low maintenance requirements of an implant, as well as the look, and feel, make it an easy choice.

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Dental implant procedures occur by the tens of thousands every year. This is a rewarding experience many patients discover for themselves when they understand they are giving themselves better oral health, biting functionality, and the smile they know they deserve. Placing implants is considered oral surgery, and just like you’ll need to take special care of yourself after a medical surgery on your body, you need to follow special aftercare instructions after oral surgery, too. Here are 5 tips from dentists on how to immediately take care of your implants after they are placed.

Make Sure You Keep Your Dental Implants Clean
Any time you have surgery, it’s important to keep the surgical site clean to avoid infection. The same is true for patients who have dental implants placed. While your gums are likely to be too sensitive for you to brush immediately after your oral surgery, our doctors advise that you keep your implants and surgery site clean by using a soft Toothbrush to gently massage the site for the last two weeks.

Be Careful Biting Down While You’re in the Healing Process
Once your dental implants heal, you can bite down on anything you’d like – even peanut brittle! But while you’re in the healing process, you need to watch what you eat and bite down carefully. In fact, our doctors recommend you not bite down on your dental implants at all while they are healing, and instead eat soft foods or chew on the other side of your mouth. If you have implants on both sides of your mouth, a soft foods diet may be the best option while you’re healing.

Remember Your Temporary Crowns Aren’t Meant to Last Forever
Many of the patients the pros work with choose to have temporary crowns placed over their implants while they're healing. While these temporary crowns look great, they're not truly functional. This means you will need to be careful with this temporary tooth (also known as a flipper) and you will need to inform your Pro if it is rubbing up against your dental implants, or the soft tissues.

Maintain Proper Oral Hygiene
Having one, or even multiple dental implants placed does not mean you can skip brushing and flossing. In fact, after oral surgery, practicing proper oral hygiene is more important than ever. Once your gums have healed enough to allow for brushing and flossing, make sure you take care of both your natural teeth and dental implants every day.

Keep All Your Follow Up Appointments with the Tooth Implant Pros of Alpharetta
Making sure you keep all your follow up appointments with the Pros is paramount to making sure you’re healing, and properly finishing out your treatment plan. Do your best to avoid missing any of these appointments, and if you need to reschedule, do so as quickly as possible.

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