Dental Implant Model

Are Your Dental Implants in Need of a Restoration?

When put in properly in, dental implants can last for several years in Ocala, FL. Sometimes they even function well for the rest of a patient’s life! However, there are a few factors that can make it more likely a person’s implants will need replacing sooner than initially anticipated: 

  • Not visiting the dentist regularly after getting implants
  • Failing to practice good oral care techniques
  • Smoking cigarettes frequently

A professional evaluation can remove uncertainty about whether previous implants are still performing as they should. Rather than just hoping everything is okay with the implants in your mouth, consider making an appointment with a doctor so you will know for sure.

 

Understand Best Practices for Good Oral Health

When you visit a dental office, a doctor will commonly thoroughly examine your teeth and gums and advise you about whether you need dental implant restoration. Even if it is determined your initial implants are still working properly, visiting a dental office gives you the opportunity to access top-notch care and resources. If you have questions about whether changes need to be made in the way you care for your dental implants and natural teeth, the doctor can give reliable answers.

Getting New Implants with the Aid of Technology

While evaluating patients and checking their implants, Implant Doctors often use digital technology that allows them to see a three-dimensional picture of the jawbone. Because implants must fuse thoroughly to the jawbone to function correctly, it makes sense why such innovative imaging solutions are advantageous in practices.

 

Schedule a Consultation

Our doctors, Dr. Nick Brand and Dr. Eric Rustemier, use expertise to help you have a better understanding of your implants. Getting equipped with knowledge is essential no matter what sorts of dental interventions you need. Take a proactive step by calling our office in Ocala, FL at our number, (352) 306-5595, to schedule an appointment.

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