What is a Dental Implant Restoration?

Dental implants are very strong, stable and durable tooth replacements that will last many years.

When a tooth is removed, both the visible part called the crown and the root are lost. A dental implant fuses with your natural bone and becomes the foundation for replacement teeth. Although cavities cannot occur on implant-restored crowns, they are subject to the same normal wear as natural teeth.

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What does it involve?

Restoring a dental implant involves making a new abutment (post) and a crown (cap) for it. A crown procedure usually requires two appointments, usually over two to three weeks.

Your First Restoration Visit

Dr. Ochev takes several highly accurate impressions (molds) that will be used to create your custom replacement post and crown.

Your Second Restoration Visit

Dr. Ochev cleans the implant area and carefully fits your replacement post and crown to ensure the spacing and your bite are accurate. Your replacement tooth is attached to the implant securely, providing excellent stability and comfort.

Caring for Your Restored Implant

You’ll receive care instructions at the end of your treatment. Good oral hygiene, eating habits, and regular dental visits will aid in the life of your restoration.