Dr. Amy Marckese offers dental implants in Indianapolis, IN. Dental Implants offer both cosmetic and restorative dental health benefits with an almost 95% success rate. Dental implants offer patients a stable and healthy oral foundation for a lifetime of beautiful smiles. A permanent and durable treatment option for missing teeth, they support bone regeneration, healthy gums, and overall oral health.
Supporting healthy bone growth in the jaw will maintain your natural appearance and profile. With today’s advancements in dental technology, Dr. Amy Marckese can create a more natural looking dental restoration that can blend seamlessly with your existing teeth.
Your dentist in Indianapolis, IN is highly trained and experienced to help her patients replace missing teeth with high-quality dental restorations for the improvement of their well-being.
Am I A Candidate For Dental Implants?
Most patients will qualify for dental implants. You should be healthy and have sufficient bone structure to support the implant. If you have suffered bone lost, Dr. Amy Marckese may recommend bone grafting to ensure the success of your dental implant.
The Benefits of Dental Implants
It’s true that dental implants are the most costly option to replace missing teeth. But it’s also the most superior option. Investing in dental implants is investing in your oral and over-all health. The benefits of dental implants include:
Look and functions exactly like your natural teeth – A dental implant will look, feel, fit and function just like your natural teeth. They are strong and stable and truly the next best thing to your real teeth.
Superior durability and longevity – Other options for missing teeth, such as dentures, will eventually need to be replaced. That cost can add up over a lifetime. When properly placed and cared for, dental implants can last a lifetime.
Improves the appearance of smile and lower face – A face without teeth will appear sunken and can add years to your appearance. Dental implants help keep the natural shape of your face and lower jaw area.
Helps avoid bone loss associated with tooth loss – If you’re missing a tooth or multiple teeth, that void can cause bone loss and deterioration in your jawbone. Dental implants are the only option for missing teeth that stimulates the jaw bone which helps stimulate bone growth. This will prevent bone loss.
Improves speech – Removable options for missing teeth oftentimes slip or do not fit correctly. This makes the simple task of talking hard and embarrassing. Dental implants are permanent and do not slip thus making speaking a lot easier.
Patients can eat food without restrictions – Also with removable options for missing teeth, there are dietary restrictions. With dental implants there are no restrictions on what you can eat since they are durable, stable and permanent.
Avoids further damage or decay of remaining healthy teeth – A tooth-supported dental bridge requires grinding down your healthy teeth in order to provide a place to attach the bridge. You’re essentially damaging your healthy teeth in order to provide a replacement for the missing tooth. A dental implant is surgically placed only the space where the missing tooth is located leaving your healthy teeth alone.
No worry of dentures slipping or falling out – The constant worry that your restoration may fall out while talking or eating is taxing. This leads to feeling uncomfortable in public or around other people. Dental implants are permanent and release a person from that constant worry.
Learn More About Dental Implants
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- Types of Dental Implants
- Cost of Dental Implants
- Dental Implants vs Dentures
- Multiple Dental Implants
- Single Dental Implants
- What Are Dental Implants?
Schedule a Consultation to Determine if Dental Implants Are Right for You
If you are missing teeth and interested in dental implants in Indianapolis IN, schedule a consultation at DentalSpa Indianapolis. Dr. Marckese will discuss your dental health concerns, goals for your smile, and any other issues you may have. We are currently accepting new patients at our Marion County dentist office.