Dental Implant Restorations in Newtown, PA

After dental implant surgery, it’s important to get a dental implant restoration and restore your tooth. Once you get a restoration like a dental crown to complete your dental implant, you can smile proudly for the years and decades to come.

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Dental Implant Restorations In Newtown, PA

What Is A Dental Implant Restoration?

A dental implant restoration is the false tooth or teeth that are attached to one or more dental implants. The most common type of dental implant restoration is a dental crown. For single-tooth dental implants, one crown will be attached to a single dental implant, restoring one tooth.

However, there are other types of dental implant restorations like implant-supported bridges and even implant-supported dentures. After your dental implant surgery in Newtown, PA, Dr. Jeffrey Brenner will work closely with you to provide the dental implant restoration you need to restore and enhance your smile.

Dental Implant Restorations In Newtown, PA

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Titanium is used for dental implants because it has the unique ability to permanently bond (osseointegrate) with natural bone tissue.

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The Benefits Of Dental Implants

Strong and stable

Dental implants anchor firmly into your jaw bone. This means they will never move or shift. Your implant will feel natural when you speak, chew, and eat.

Unbeatable lifespan

Dental implants can last 30+ years. With proper care, you may be able to keep your dental implant for the rest of your life. So when it comes to overall longevity, implants are much better than other treatments for missing teeth, such as dentures and dental bridges.

Natural appearance

Dental implant restorations like dental crowns are designed to look completely natural. With dental implants in Newtown, PA, you can restore and enhance your smile after tooth loss.

Understanding The Implant Restoration Process

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Healing and recovery

While it only takes a week or two to heal from your initial surgery, it will take up to six months for your implant to fully bond with your jaw bone. You can’t get your permanent implant restoration until your mouth has healed completely.

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Taking impressions

Once your mouth has fully healed from your dental implant surgery, you’ll come to Dentistry of Bucks County. Our Newtown dentist will take impressions and images of your mouth. Then, he will send these to a dental lab where your implant restoration, such as a dental crown, will be made.

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Attaching your restoration

Depending on the type of restoration you get, you may need to come back for multiple follow-ups to check the fit before the prosthesis is finalized. Once your implant restoration fits perfectly, our restorative dentist in Newtown will attach it to your implant permanently, restoring your smile.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Just like natural teeth, dental implant restorations go through a lot of wear and tear, and will need to be replaced eventually. While dental implants can last a lifetime without replacement, implant restorations usually need to be replaced about every 10-20 years.

During your routine six-month visits with Dr. Brenner at Dentistry of Bucks County, he will check on your natural teeth, your implants, and your dental implant restorations to make sure your mouth looks healthy. And if you need a new implant restoration, we’ll take care of it.

For single-tooth implants, you can continue to brush and floss your teeth normally. Dental crowns don’t require any special care beyond brushing twice a day and flossing once per day.

However, if you have an implant-supported bridge or a set of implant-retained dentures, you will need to take some steps to clean underneath your implant restoration and keep your mouth healthy. Dr. Brenner will give you a full list of instructions and care precautions after your appointment at Dentistry of Bucks County.