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Dental Implants in Schaumburg and Norridge

Losing a tooth is no laughing matter because, often, your self-esteem is lost along with it. Although it may only be a single tooth, a missing tooth or teeth create significant changes in your life. Besides feeling self-conscious about your appearance, you’re also prevented from eating foods you once enjoyed. Perhaps most concerning are the effects a missing tooth has on your mouth and oral health. When left untreated, a missing tooth can cause bone loss in your jaw and decreased stability of the teeth around the space. Ultimately, that missing tooth can severely impact the overall health of your teeth and gums.

At Royal Dental Care, we offer various options for dental implants designed to rejuvenate your smile. We use the latest tools and technologies to replace missing teeth, enhancing your smile and quality of life.

Single-Tooth Implants

Single Tooth Implant
Why See Royal Dental Care For Dental Implants?

Multiple Tooth Implants

Sometimes, you might need more than one tooth replaced with dental implants. When you come in for multiple tooth implant treatment, you may need to undergo additional procedures to prepare the implant site. Depending on your needs, this may include extracting surrounding teeth or performing bone grafts to compensate for any bone loss in your jaw. It takes about three months for the posts to fully integrate into your jawbone, and then you will return to the office to place the permanent abutments and crowns. During the time between the placement of the posts and the final product, you will wear a temporary set of teeth over the posts so that you don’t have to go another day without a full smile.       

Full-Mouth Dental Implants

Have you experienced the loss of most or all of your teeth but are reluctant to deal with the maintenance required with dentures? In that case, full-mouth dental implants may be the perfect solution for you. While dentures can be an excellent way to restore your smile, they can still make speaking and eating certain foods difficult. Additionally, because no roots are left in your jaw to stimulate the bone, your jaw will shrink and change shape over time due to bone loss. Full-mouth dental implants work the same way as multiple tooth implants, with the first step being the extraction of teeth, if necessary, and bone grafts to strengthen the bone of your jaw. Once the titanium posts are placed, you will wear a temporary set of teeth over them when it takes for the implants to bond to your jawbone permanently. Once the posts are fully integrated into your jaw, you’re fitted with your custom-made new teeth and are ready to face the world with a smile.

Teeth Whitening
How Do All-On-4 Dentures Work?

All-On-4® Implant Solutions/All-On-X Dental Implant Solutions

If you’re looking for a more permanent alternative to traditional dentures, All-On-4® dentures are the answer. They’re a great improvement to conventional dentures in replacing the entire row of teeth in the top and bottom of your mouth. The primary difference between traditional and All-On-4® dentures is how they’re affixed to your mouth. Instead of being anchored by adhesives, which can cause dentures to slip, and chewing and eating, All-On-4® arches are anchored using dental implants. Four dental implants are placed strategically in your mouth, and the All-On-4® dentures are secured over the implants, allowing you to speak, chew, and smile confidently.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Similar to All-On-4® dentures, implant-supported dentures offer an alternative to traditional dentures. Also called implant-retained dentures, implant-supported dentures are a way to combine the strength of dental implants with the removability of conventional dentures. Implant-supported dentures are anchored in your mouth using several dental implants. Depending on your needs, you may choose removable implant-supported dentures, which you may remove for easy cleaning. Or, you may opt for fixed implant-supported dentures, which are permanent and can only be removed by your dentist. Whichever you choose, you can say goodbye to messy denture adhesive and hello to a gorgeous smile.

Implant Supported Dentures Model

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