You deserve a beautiful and healthy smile that lasts a lifetime. But if you have missing teeth, you may feel embarrassed to smile or face difficulty while eating. That's why Dr. Ram and his team offer multiple tooth implants in Clinton Township, MI, to replace your missing teeth with natural-looking and durable prosthetics. Unlike removable dentures, multiple teeth implants do not slip or move in your mouth. With multiple teeth implants, you can enjoy the benefits of having permanent teeth that look, feel, and function just like your own. Contact Riverside Family Dental today and find out how we can help you smile again!
If you want to replace your missing teeth with the best option available, you should consider multiple tooth implants in Clinton Township, MI. Compared to removable prosthetics, they offer many benefits, which include:
The first step of this procedure is to book a consultation with our implant dentist in Clinton Township, MI. We will examine your oral cavity and record X-rays to determine if you are a good candidate for multiple implants. The number of implants to be placed depends on how many teeth you are missing and their position.
If you are missing two or more adjacent teeth in a row, we can replace them using an implant-supported bridge. For this purpose, our dentists will surgically insert two dental implants on either end of the missing space that will hold the artificial teeth in place. However, if you are missing an entire arch of teeth, we may place 4 to 6 dental implants in the jawbone to secure a custom-fit denture.
The surgery for the placement of multiple implants can take longer than conventional implant surgery. For your ease and convenience, we may split the procedure into separate appointments. The surgery is carried out under local or general anesthesia to minimize discomfort.
It is very important to take good care of your dental implants after the procedure. Dental implants are like natural teeth and need regular cleaning to prevent plaque buildup. That's why our team in Clinton Township, MI will provide detailed guidance on caring for your multiple tooth implants.
Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and toothpaste to gently clean around your teeth and implants at least twice daily. You should also floss regularly to clear any food particles that may get stuck between your teeth and implants. Avoid biting on hard foods or objects that may damage your implants. If you feel pain or discomfort around the implant site, contact us immediately for a check-up.