Benefits of Dental Implants - NORRIDGE & SCHAUMBURG, IL

Benefits of Dental Implants

Turn Back the Clock on Tooth Loss

In today’s modern dental world, dental implants are the clear frontrunner for outstanding tooth replacement. Why? Because they replicate every part of a natural tooth, including the root that’s wholly hidden underneath the gum tissue. With a new “root” in place, the patient’s jawbone is preserved and their overall health is much better supported throughout the years. The final result is also highly aesthetic and functional – it will be very hard to distinguish the new “tooth” from the rest of your natural smile.

At Royal Dental Care, we’re proud to offer every stage of transformative dental implant care right here in-office for your convenience. To schedule an initial consultation, please contact us in either our Schaumburg or Norridge dental office.

Why Choose Royal Dental Care for Dental Implants?

Dental Implant Placement & Restoration In 1 Location

Advanced Training From Misch International Implant Institute & Pikos Implant Institute

State-of-the-art Cone Beam Technology For Confident Treatment Planning

Benefits Of Dental Implants

  • As already mentioned above, the comprehensive structure of dental implants results in long-lasting improvements for not only the patient’s confident smile, but their overall oral health as well. Patients won’t have to worry about severe bone deterioration in their later years!
  • Unlike traditional dental bridges, implant-retained teeth don’t require any surrounding dental structure to be negatively altered to accommodate their placement.
  • Dental implants are virtually seamless from every angle, providing an extremely lifelike appearance, sense of function, and overall mouth feel.
  • Implant-retained teeth can be treated and cared for like natural teeth. Patients can brush and floss like normal, as well as enjoy all of their favorite foods.
  • The longevity of dental implants is truly unmatched. With the right levels of maintenance, a patient’s new “teeth” can thrive for decades or even the rest of their life.

Indications For Dental Implants

Patients struggling with a wide spectrum of tooth loss can benefit from dental implants. There are multiple types of restorations available, and we will be happy to help you determine which style best fits your unique situation and personal preferences:

Indications For Dental Implants

Missing One Tooth

Metal-free dental crowns are the ideal match for individual dental implants. They’ll be able to fit in right alongside natural teeth without causing harm to the patient’s oral health, providing superior aesthetic quality and function.

Missing Multiple Teeth

Metal-free dental crowns are the ideal match for individual dental implants. They’ll be able to fit in right alongside natural teeth without causing harm to the patient’s oral health, providing superior aesthetic quality and function.

Missing All of Your Teeth

Metal-free dental crowns are the ideal match for individual dental implants. They’ll be able to fit in right alongside natural teeth without causing harm to the patient’s oral health, providing superior aesthetic quality and function.

Sinus Lift & Bone Graft

In order to successfully have dental implants placed within the jaw, the patient will need an adequate amount of healthy bone tissue in the treatment site. Thus, a sinus lift procedure is sometimes performed in preparation for this surgery to maximize the chances of success. During this process, our dentists will either reposition bone material from elsewhere in the body to the upper jaw or use artificial grafting material. This will provide your new “teeth” with additional, much-needed support.

Start-to-finish Convenience

Here in Norridge and Schaumburg, our dental team is thrilled to be able to make the experience of regaining strong, attractive teeth after devastating loss as convenient as possible for patients in need! Instead of referring you to an outside specialist, we have the advanced specialty training to provide every stage of treatment personally. Dr. Troyan has completed rigorous implant curriculums at both Misch International Implant Institute and Pikos Implant Institute, which are internationally recognized as the leading dental implant institutes in the world. He is also a Fellow at the International College of Implantology, putting him in an elite group of clinicians. From the first consultation to the completion of your new smile, our patients can rest assured that they will be in the best of hands.

understanding The Cost Of Dental Implants

Replacing multiple teeth with dental implants is a process that has several distinct components to it: there’s the initial consultation, the surgical insertion of the implant(s) into the jawbone, the addition of an abutment (connector), and the final placement of a customized, high-quality restoration. Several factors can influence the overall cost of these steps, and no two patients’ needs are exactly alike. That’s why attending an initial implant consultation here at Royal Dental Care is the best way for us to provide you with a confident price estimate before any actual treatment begins.

Dental implants may seem like a significant investment at first glance, but we assure you that the benefits will far outweigh the cost. Unlike more traditional services, implant-retained teeth are truly designed to stand the test of time and should not require any extensive repairs or replacements over the course of several decades.

Dental Implant FAQS

Interested in repairing your smile with dental implants in Schaumburg but have some concerns you want addressed first? We’re happy to answer any questions you might have about the procedure; it’s important for patients to be well-informed about the treatment that their dentist is suggesting. To help get you started and make sure you’re as well educated as possible, here are the answers to some of the most common questions we’ve gotten regarding dental implants.

Dental implants usually have three components: the actual implant posts, the replacement tooth or teeth, and the abutment that attaches them together. The post is made out of titanium, a highly biocompatible metal. Once it’s been inserted into the jaw, it’ll fuse with the bone. Not only does this give the dental restoration it supports better chewing power and stability, but it also gives the bone the stimulation that it needs to avoid breaking down. To put it simply: dental implants are beneficial because they replace the root of the tooth in addition to the tooth itself.
Implants can be used to replace any number of teeth, but certain factors need to be taken into account before moving ahead with the surgery. If your jaw has deteriorated, you might need a bone graft or a sinus lift to ensure that there’s enough healthy bone tissue to support to the posts. Also, an infection in the mouth can cause dental implants to fail, so gum disease and tooth decay will need to be treated first. Smokers can be candidates for dental implants, but they’ll need to stop using cigarettes before and after the surgery. Finally, health conditions like diabetes that disrupt healing can cause complications during the implant process, so they’ll need to be checked out and controlled first.
It depends on the circumstances. For example, if you need to have a tooth removed, you can often get your implant posts immediately after the extraction. However, if there’s been empty space in your mouth for a while, you might need a bone graft; if that happens, you may need to wait six months before implant placement surgery can be performed. Also, once your implant posts are in place, we’ll usually wait a few months for osseointegration to take place before giving you your prosthetic teeth.
In many cases, patients find that getting dental implants actually causes less discomfort than getting a tooth extraction. At Royal Dental Care, your dentist in Schaumburg can use different kinds of sedation – such as oral conscious sedation, IV sedation, and general anesthesiology – to make sure you remain as comfortable as possible during your treatment. In many cases, you might not even remember the procedure itself. You will need to deal with some discomfort while recovering from the surgery, but ice packs and pain medication (both over the counter and prescription) will usually help.

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