Dental Implants

Are you suffering from missing teeth? Having missing teeth can affect the way you speak, the foods you eat and the way you feel about your smile. There are many benefits to restoring your missing teeth and there’s no better restoration option than dental implants! A dental implant provides a permanent solution for a missing tooth that looks and functions naturally. At Castleton Corners Dental, we are able to handle the entire implant process from start to finish in our office. If you are interested in learning more about dental implants in Castleton, VT, our team can help! Schedule your implant consultation with our team. We’ll take a look at your smile, discuss your options and help you choose the best plan for restoring your smile. Call our office today!

Why Choose Dental Implants?

For restoring your smile, there is no better option than a dental implant. Replacing both your tooth and the root of your tooth, a dental implant helps sustain your jaw bone and keeps surrounding teeth from shifting out of place. Compared to other tooth restoration options, dental implants are made to last longer, function naturally, and look more aesthetic. With proper care, dental implants can even last a lifetime! Implants are also custom-made to fit your smile and blend in naturally with your existing teeth. By color-matching your dental crown to surrounding teeth, your implant will look just like a natural tooth. Dental implants are an investment that can give you a lasting, functional smile! 

Benefits of Dental Implants

  • Long-term tooth replacement
  • Returns the ability to eat, bite, and chew
  • Enhances self confidence
  • Can replace any tooth without relying on surrounding teeth
  • Comfortable, secure, and natural-looking

The Implant Process

Dental implants are placed using a three-step process. The three parts of an implant are the post, abutment and dental crown. The post replaces the tooth root and is surgically placed within the jaw bone. The crown is the portion of the tooth that stands above the gums and allows you to bite, chew, and smile confidently. Finally, the abutment is the piece that connects the root to the crown. Each step is placed separately and needs time to heal before the next step can begin. Working together, these three steps provide a tooth replacement that can stand alone and does not rely on surrounding teeth for support. 

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