Tooth loss affects millions of Americans. While traditional bridges and dentures are effective, dental implants are often a superior option.
The titanium implants anchor restorations to the jaw, acting as artificial tooth roots. They provide excellent stability and functionality.
Dr. Craig Goldin places and restores implants for patients throughout Troy, Birmingham, and Bloomfield, MI...
The Benefits of Dental Implants: Why You Should Consider Implant Dentistry
Reduced Bone LossWhen natural teeth are missing, your jaw loses bone tissue. Dental implants are the only restorative dentistry option that can prevent this side-effect of tooth loss.
Enhanced Self-ConfidencePatients with implant appliances don't just have better dental health. When you can chew and speak without worrying that your restorations will shift for slip, you can also experience greater confidence.
The Dental Implant Difference Results That Look Like Your Natural Teeth
Types of Dental Implants: Your Implant Dentistry Options
Traditional Dental Implants
Traditional dental implants are titanium posts surgically embedded into the jawbone. After a period of osseointegration (fusion of the implant to the bone tissue), the implants give your restorations stability that is virtually equal to that of natural teeth.
Mini Dental Implants
Mini dental implants have a smaller diameter than traditional implants. Mini dental implants can benefit patients who have suffered some bone atrophy, but want to avoid undergoing a bone graft in order to receive traditional implants.
ESTEEM All-on-X dental implants are used to support a Prettau® Zirconia Bridge, a premium device that replaces an entire dental arch on the upper or lower jaw. As few as five of these special implants can support this restoration, which provides superior aesthetics, durability, and functionality.
Want to Learn More About Dental Implants? Speak with Dentists Who Put You First
Whether you are missing one tooth or all of your teeth, the team at the Cosmetic Dentistry Institute can develop a treatment plan for you. Our dentists have years of experience creating custom dental care solutions for patients throughout Birmingham and Bloomfield.
Dr. Craig Goldin is the only Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry in Eastern Michigan, and part of a select group of dentists who hold this honor worldwide. Dr. Marcy Greenbert Goldin serves as a Clinical Instructor at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, where she mentors aspiring dental health professionals. Dr. David Whalen honed his skills under oral surgeons, periodontists, and prosthodontists during a residency in Hospital Dentistry in San Francisco.
If you live in Troy, Birmingham, or Bloomfield, MI, and want to learn more about implant dentistry, contact our skilled team of dentists online or call:
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This is by far the absolute best dentistry experience that I have ever had! I believe I was seen by Dr. Wahlen. I went in to get two teeth extracted in which everyone knows getting root canals can be one of the most scariest and stressful things. The service was quick. The teeth were out and I was pain-free before I could even panic lol the staff was very kind & caring I would highly recommend this place.View On Google
The staff is incredibly detailed, professional, and caring. Shall we talk about Dr. Goldin? He’s an artist, a magician, and in my case a miracle worker. I walked into his office petrified of the dentist, horribly self conscious of my smile, and mentally a mess from previous dental work done elsewhere. I walked out after two sleepy visits a new man. I’ve smiled more the last year than I have in the past ten and I owe that all to Dr Goldin and his dream team! Thank you!
Implant Restoration Options
If you're missing a single tooth, an implant-supported crown can replace the tooth from top to bottom. This solution can be more conservative and beneficial to your oral health than traditional restorations.
Implant-supported bridges can benefit those missing two or more consecutive teeth. Traditional bridges require healthy adjacent teeth to be crowned in order to provide support. Implant bridges are self-sufficient.
Traditional dentures can easily shift out of place and require frequent adjustment for changes in the jaw over time. Implant-supported dentures are far more stable and require far fewer adjustments.
Full Arch Restorations Comparing Options
Traditional dentures and dentures supported by implants can give you a fully functioning smile. Implant-supported dentures have many benefits, but not all patients are eligible for implants. During your consultation at our Troy, MI, dental office, we can determine which full arch restoration is more ideal for your needs.
How Implants Can Transform a Smile Look at These Before and After Photos
Have Questions about Dental Implants? We Have the Answers You Need
Dental implants allow people suffering from tooth loss to smile with renewed confidence. Thanks to the use of titanium and other advanced materials, we can give you a restored smile that looks, feels, and functions as if they were your natural teeth. If you're missing a tooth or multiple teeth, implants may be just what you need. To learn more about implant dentistry, contact our practice online. You can also schedule a visit to the Cosmetic Dentistry Institute by phone.
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Dental Implant Patients Share Their Story Dental Care That Makes a Positive Difference
The Dental Implants Process: A Timeline for the Procedure
Dental implants can be used to support all kinds of restorations and appliances depending on how many teeth are missing.
Dental Implant Aftercare Making the Results and Benefits Last
Good Oral Hygiene
Use a soft-bristled toothbrush, proximal brush, and thick floss designed for implants and bridgework to keep your remaining teeth and dental implants clean. You can also wipe your gums with a clean hand towel.
Cleaning the Implant Restorations
In addition to brushing and flossing, follow all care instructions to keep your bridge or denture clean. This includes gently scrubbing away food particles and soaking the implant restoration overnight while you are asleep.
Protection and Prevention
Wear mouth or face protection when playing sports or other applicable activities to prevent injuries. Visit our dental office every six months for regular checkups and cleanings.