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If you are in need of affordable, high-quality, long-lasting dental implants done by a licensed and vetted professional in your local area then Nationwide Dental Implants is for you. 

We realize knowing who to trust in your local area can be a stressful situation…they are YOUR TEETH after all! Nationwide Dental Implants is here to eliminate ALL of that stress and get you in touch with a true professional in your local area. 

Hundreds of people have already placed their trust in Nationwide Dental Implants to find a local provider. We have helped them, and we can help you too! To get started, either submit your information in the form at the top of the page, or call our toll-free help line!

 

What To Look For In A Philadelphia Dental Implant Professional

When someone is asked what the first thing they notice about a person is, they almost always say, “Their smile.” Because this is so widely known, when you have problems with your teeth, you probably naturally cover your mouth when you smile or avoid it altogether. And on a parallel decline with your teeth is your confidence.

Dental implants may be the way to get your smile and your confidence back if you live in Philadelphia, where some of the top oral surgeons practice.

More About Dental Implants

Dental implants work like your natural teeth. The implant itself is an artificial root that secures your prosthetic tooth in place. Because they are anchored in this way, they fit and work just like your original tooth.

Our teeth are made up of two parts: the crown and the root. The crown is the part we see that is covered in white enamel and the roots extend to the nerves to hold the tooth in place. A prosthetic tooth can take the place of a single missing tooth, multiple teeth in a row, or all of your missing teeth.

Dental implant posts are made from medical-grade, titanium. This biocompatible metal fuses to your bone and the fusion becomes an anchor that securely holds the prosthetic tooth and prevents it from moving around like dentures do. Because of this security, most people prefer implants over dentures or bridges, which can break, shift, or fall out at unexpected moments.

What are the Advantages of Dental Implants?

Dental implant technology has been around for a long time, but it continues to be perfected.Permanent dental implants have been studied, researched and used and still make the grade today! This is because not only is the technology innovative – metals and biology working together seamlessly – but because there are many other advantages, too.

  • There’s no insecurity about your teeth falling out. Dental implants are permanently, surgically installed into your jaw. They are a part of you, like your teeth once were. You don’t have to worry about cavities, but you do have to keep up with them. Other than that, you can eat, speak, and chew just as you used to when your teeth were healthy.
  • You get to enjoy food again!When most people think about Philadelphia, they think about the abundance of delicious foods the city offers. Living there but not being able to eat all of it because of your teeth problems is almost a form of torture! But dental implants remove that problem, letting you eat whatever you want, including candy apples, caramel, steak, and even chewing bubble gum! You can do all of this without worrying that you are going to yank your bridge or dentures out.
  • They just simply look good.It’s okay to be concerned about your appearance. It’s the first impression that people have of you, and if you look like you take care of yourself and you have a friendly smile, it’s proven through many studies that you get farther in life. When you invest in dental implants, you are investing in your appearance and your future.
  • There’s a high success rate for dental implant surgery. Nationwide Dental Implants only connects you to the best surgeons in Philadelphia or wherever you are planning on having your surgery. The success rates of our surgeons are impressive: 97% of dental implants are successful, with the main variable being whether or not your body accepts the material as its own. With hundreds of thousands of successful dental implant surgeries annually, the odds are that you, too, are going to walk away with a beautiful smile!

Know What You are Getting Into: The Dental Implant Procedure

Each procedure is always different depending on the surgeon and the patient, but it will usually include the following:

  1. Your exam. Nationwide Dental Implants will connect you to a surgeon in Philadelphia, who will examine you and create a treatment plan that you will participate in together.This plan will stipulate whether you have a single-stage or two-stage procedure.
  2. Placement of the implant. On the first surgical visit, the titanium post is implanted into your gum. Then, if you have a treatment plan for a single-stage procedure, the abutment – the “home” for your new tooth – is attached and you will go home to heal, which can take weeks or months. If your plan dictates a two-stage procedure, your gum will cover the implant post and you will return after you have healed. Healing is determined to be when the implant has fused to the bone.
  3. The attachments are positioned and placed. Now that your implant has fused to the bone, setting the stage as the anchor, your abutment and prosthetic teeth can be placed. If you have had a single-stage procedure, you simply need your crown to be made and the teeth to be attached to the abutment. Two-stage procedures have a slightly different route – you will need a second, minor surgery to get back to the implant, but then your abutment will be attached, and your crown placed.
  4. Your check-ups will happen until your teeth are perfect.Dental implants are intended to work just like your natural teeth. At your check-ups, you will need to let your dentist know of any concerns that you have. You should be able to comfortably and confidently eat, chew, and speak. This may take several visits before it is perfected, but then your teeth are permanently yours!

Show Your Beautiful Smile

Some of the best surgeons are in Philadelphia, so why not get the process started today? Get your smile and your confidence back with dental implants Philadelphia. Contact Nationwide Dental Implants today to schedule your consultation.

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Once you submit your information through a contact form, or pick up the phone and call our helpline,  we want you to know the individual on the receiving end of that information treats your privacy with the utmost respect and privacy.

Nationwide Dental Implants is a free to use third-party referral for individuals looking for professionally done dental implants anywhere in the United States. 

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Nationwide Dental Implants is not an oral surgeon or medical practice. We are simply a free to use referral service connecting people in need with vetted pros wanting to help. 

Nationwide dental implants is, in no way, liable for the outcome (either positive or negative) of your procedure. Should you decide to go ahead with your procedure, you are doing so with your own free will. By submitting your information in our contact box, or by calling our helpline, you are agreeing to free Nationwide Dental Implants from any and all liability associated with your procedure.