Perhaps you’ve heard a lot of good things about same day implants Boynton Beach from family and friends. Now that you’re planning to restore your smile by addressing your missing teeth, you probably want to know more about the procedure.
Same day implants are a type of dental implant that can give you an immediate replacement for one or more missing teeth. While traditional dental implants may take approximately 6 to 12 months to complete, you’ll only need to wait for a few hours before you can enjoy your best smile with same day implants.
Before getting any dental work done, the implant specialist conducts a thorough examination of your mouth in order to determine if you’d make a good candidate for same day implants. This takes place during your first consultation. Furthermore, x-rays will be obtained and your medical history and your dental history will also be reviewed to help the implant specialist come up with the best plan of treatment for you. In order to be considered as an ideal candidate for same day implants, the patient must be a nonsmoker who has sufficient bone quantity and quality, as well as good oral and physical health. However, same day implants are not ideal for patients who suffer from a condition called bruxism (involuntary teeth grinding during sleep), those who regularly take medication (bisphosphonates) for osteoporosis, and those who have uncontrolled diabetes. Patients who struggle with these conditions are at risk of dental implant failure.
If you’re looking to find more information about same day implants Boynton Beach and how they may work for you, look no further than Palms Dental Care. Call us today to schedule an appointment.
Dr. Kyle Kromrey was born and raised in South Florida, graduating from University of Florida, both for his undergraduate and his D.M.D. Go Gators! Upon graduation from dental school, he received additional training for advanced dental care in Cape Coral, Florida in a private practice setting...Read More >>
Dr. Morgan Coakley was born and raised in Jupiter, Florida. After attending the University of Florida to study microbiology she always knew healthcare was in her future. She went on to pursue her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Midwestern University...