Implant Restoration

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IMPLANT RESTORATION

We complete your smile

Most people lose tooth because of tooth decay, periodontitis, or an injury. Whatever the reason, Dr. Marc Chapkis can help restore and complete your smile with dental implant restorations. Dental implants are a stronger alternative to bridges or dentures. It offers patients a single and permanent solution to a lost tooth which looks and functions like a real one.  

As with our other dental services, our team will treat you with nurturing care and professionalism. We’ll make you feel comfortable and informed throughout the process. We keep the procedure simple and effective so you don’t have to put off flashing that great smile. 

Want to know more about implant restorations? Consult Dr. Marc Chapkis today.

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BENEFITS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS

Restoring your perfect smile

At Dentistry of Orlando, it is our mission to give you the confidence to smile. Dr. Marc Chapkis has restored hundreds of implants to replace single or multiple missing teeth. He spends time to explain the procedure, answer questions, and inform patients of the benefits of dental implants.

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Renew confidence

Dental implants allow you to feel better about yourself and smile without reservations. And because it preserves bone structure, it avoids wrinkles and facial collapse which you might get if you leave the gaps as is.

Improve quality of life

Implants give you a better quality of life with improved eating habits. Dental implants also eliminate messy adhesives or unsightly and destructive metal clasps from dentures or bridges.

Keep mouth healthy

Implant restorations create healthier mouths and reduce the risk of getting periodontal disease. Periodontal disease, if left untreated, may lead to heart attacks, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and other chronic illnesses.

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Better stability

Unlike dentures, dental implants don't slip or move when eating or talking. They are highly stable, and you don't have to worry about losing them. Better still, you can enjoy your favorite meals without concerns about the restoration slipping.

DENTAL IMPLANT PROCEDURE

How we restore dental implants

Many people consider getting a dental implant because this type of tooth restoration solution lasts a lifetime.        If you’re interested in getting dental implants, here’s what to expect during a dental implant procedure. 

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Assessment

Your dentist will evaluate your mouth to check if you’re a good candidate for a dental implant. Not all are recommended to get dental implants. Some people who don’t have enough bone material may be considered for a mini implant, bone grafting, or other implant-supported dentures.
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Bone graft

A bone graft is recommended to improve healthy bones, especially when the tooth is missing for a long period. This is done by making a gum incision, cleaning and disinfecting the area, and adding the bone graft material. The bone graft will need time to heal before coming back for the implant procedure.
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Implant

On your next visit, the dentist will perform the dental implant or implant restoration. The dentist will give you a local anesthesia to numb the mouth. Then he cuts your gums to put the implant into the jawbone. Then, he closes the gums over the implant. A possible temporary crown may also be placed.
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Recovery

It will take about six months or longer for your jaw and mouth to completely heal. When healed, your dentist will schedule your final appointment, where a permanent crown will replace the temporary one to finish the procedure. Your dentist will also provide aftercare instructions.
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Proud Dexis partner

Dexis technology helps us deliver successful implant placement.

DEXIS™ provides us with s a full portfolio of award-winning digital solutions.  From sensors to CBCT, intraoral scanning to implant planning, and NOMAD™handheld x-ray to navigated surgery, Dexis helps us with accurate implant placements. 

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Frequently asked questions

Not all are strong candidates for dental implants. It is best to consult Dr. Marc Chapkis so he can evaluate if you have a healthy or adequate jawbone mass through an X-ray of CT-scan.

For people who have chronic dental problems like nighttime grinding or teeth clenching, dental implants may not be the best option. Others who have health issues like diabetes or chronic smoking will also not be good candidates for dental implants.

In a normal course of dental implant healing, osseointegration happens. This is the process where the titanium implant fuses with the jawbone. The bone usually covers the implant over several months and secures the implant the way it would secure a natural root. If this process doesn’t take effect, then the implant may become loose in the future. It’s also important that your body maintains a strong and dense jawbone. Jawbones deteriorate if you develop gum disease or infection. 

If you notice red, swollen, and bleeding gums, visit our clinic right away so Dr. Marc Chapkis can give you the right treatment. 

It depends on the kind of damage your dental implant has. If only a portion of your implant is fracture, we may restore it using a bonding material or if not, we replace the crown. If the actual implant loosens, Dr. Chapkis will have to remove it and place a new implant. 

The best solution is determined after careful examination at our clinic. Dr. Chapkis will discuss with you how extensive the damage is and the procedures necessary to repair or restore dental implants. 

It's time to smile again!

Need a permanent solution to missing teeth? Or are your dental implants starting to loose? Visit Dentistry of Orlando to restore your smile.