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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 Tampa Dental Implant Professional

The first thing most people notice about a person is their smile, but if you are not confident with your teeth, you may be giving off the wrong impression. Tampa is a hotbed of things to do in the sunshine, yet it’s common for people with dental issues to hide away from life instead.

Life doesn’t have to be lived in the shadows, though. Dental implants are a common option for people looking to replace anywhere from one to all of their teeth in an easy procedure that has been perfected over decades.

If you’re not sure if dental implants are right for you, here is everything you need to know to help you decide.

What Are Dental Implants?

Your natural tooth is made up of two parts: the crown and the root. The crown is the part covered in white enamel and the root is the part that connects to the nerve endings. Dental implants are made of an artificial tooth root and the new prosthetic tooth, so they function similarly to your natural tooth.

Unlike dentures, which do not go all the way to the root and can be removed or fall out unexpectedly, dental implants are a permanent fixture in your mouth. You don’t have to take them out for cleanings, they aren’t going to break easily, and you don’t have the worry that they may fall out unexpectedly.

The implant posts are made from medical-grade titanium. It is biocompatible, meaning that it works with the living tissues already in your body to prevent rejection. Once it is inserted into your jaw, it slowly fuses to the living bone that is already there in a process called osseointegration.

The end of this fusion process effectively anchors your implant to the bone, keeping it from moving around. The secured anchor lets you use your teeth as you would have naturally.

The Three Parts of a Dental Implant

Any time you have surgery, it’s important to understand what is going to be happening to your body. However, without the basic terminology, it’s difficult to describe the process. There are three main terms you’ll hear as you prepare for your implants: fixture, abutment, and prosthesis.

When you hear the word “fixture,” it is talking about the post, or the bottom of the implant that is made from titanium. This is the crucial part that needs to fuse to your jawbone so that your new tooth can be anchored securely. The fixture looks like a cylinder but functions like a screw.

The abutment is the connector that attaches your fixture to your new teeth. After your body finishes the fusion process, it will be screwed into the fixture.

The last part of the implant is the tooth, or the prosthesis. It’s the visible part that is made of porcelain or zirconium. These materials are durable and attractive. They are highly resistant to wear and tear and ensure that your implants last for decades, if you take care of them right.

Dental Implant Advantages

For most people, the main advantage of dental implants is that they are permanent. Unlike dentures, you don’t have to remove them for cleaning and you can relax during meals without worrying your teeth will fall out. With regular care and maintenance, you’ll enjoy the benefits long after you have finished paying for the service.

In addition to the permanency, there are other advantages that you should consider when you are deciding on the future of your oral health.

  • They work like natural teeth. Whatever you used to be able to do with your natural teeth but couldn’t any more is no longer a problem. Chewing gum, eating apples, and even tearing into a juicy piece of steak are all possible with your new dental implants.
  • There’s a high probability the surgery will be a success. Nationwide Dental Implants only work with the best of the best. If you are working with a surgeon in Tampa recommended by us, there is a 97% success rate, meaning the odds are definitely in your favor!
  • You get your money’s worth in your investment. Dental implants are both healthy and cosmetic. They improve your appearance and prevent further damage and deterioration of your teeth, gums, and jawbone at the same time.
  • They act like natural teeth. The fusion of the titanium anchored to your bone means that, for the most part, unless something could knock out your regular tooth, it’s not going to move your implant. You can safely enjoy your meals without worry that you may lose your tooth.

Your Steps to Your New Dental Implants

When you’re ready for your new look, the time to start is now! It is not usually a same-day process. Once your surgeon examines you and comes up with a treatment plan, you’ll have a better picture of your time frame, but the healing involved between steps can take weeks or months.

If your surgeon assigns you a single-stage procedure, the implant will be placed into your jaw and the abutment is attached at the same visit. When the fusion is complete, a process that may take weeks or months, you will return and have a crown made for your teeth, then the prosthetics will be attached.

In a two-stage procedure, the implant is placed without the abutment and your gums are used to heal over the opening. You’ll return home to heal, and after the fusion is complete, you will need to have a small surgery to place the abutment. Then your new prosthetics will be placed.

Keep in mind that it may take a few visits and a lot of adjustments before your new teeth feel natural. As long as you are communicating with your dentist, they can easily tweak and move your implants until they are comfortable. Now you are ready to use your implants just like you would your natural teeth!

To start living life to the fullest and enjoying all that it has to offer, contact Nationwide Dental Implants to partner you with the best surgeons in Tampa.

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