Dental loss, whether due to cavities, periodontal disease, or accidental injuries, affects a significant portion of the U.S. population. The absence of teeth not only leads to aesthetic problems but also increases the risk of gum diseases, bone loss, and facial sagging. Moreover, damaged teeth beyond repair can cause severe infections, ranging from sinus infections to respiratory problems, and in extreme cases, death.
When a tooth is beyond repair, extraction becomes inevitable. This is where dental implants come into play.
What can be achieved with dental implants? Unlike other treatment options that only replace the visible part of the tooth, Allez Dental implants offer a more effective solution by restoring both the crown and the root of the lost tooth. These implants are small titanium screws surgically placed in the jawbone, fusing with the bone within 8-12 weeks.
But titanium? Yes, the same material used in race cars. The durability, biocompatibility, and lightness of titanium make it the ideal choice for medical devices, such as dental implants.
Dental implants consist of three parts: the body (or implant post), the abutment, and the restoration (crown, bridge, or denture). This combination provides a solution that looks, feels, and functions like natural teeth.