Dental Implants – Hyde Park

Dental Implants

At Wappingers Falls Dental Arts, we can help you regain your smile and confidence with our dental implant solutions.

Our expert team can provide you with a durable and natural-looking replacement that will improve your oral health and quality of life.

Contact us to schedule a consultation and discover more about our dental implant options.

Looking for a solution to missing teeth? Let us assist you in finding the dental implant option that best suits your needs.
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Susan Gray
February 15, 2024

I came here because my prior dentist was not getting persistent stains off my teeth. Julianna and Karen were incredible! So friendly and thorough. My teeth are spotless and white —this is what leaving the dentist should feel like! So happy I switched to this practice.

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Steven Delsanto
February 15, 2024

Honestly I have been through to several Dentist in my life, searching for the right ones that can do the oral surgery that I needed. Needless to say, it’s been a huge struggle. Finally found the staff out Wappingers Falls dental arts and I honestly couldn’t be any happier. especially with the care they take Dr. James and Stacy men have been a godsent ..Together are amazing team and they made my surgery. Super smooth and extremely comfortable. I couldn’t imagine going anywhere else ever again!!

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Denise Rao
February 13, 2024

I would not go anywhere where else. They are great

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Douglas Vinson
February 8, 2024

Donna Joao is absolutely AMAZING

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Brittany Kanthak
February 1, 2024

Donna was great!!!!

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David Fuimarello
January 4, 2024

Friendly professional staff, 5 star , won't go anywhere Else and I've been to a few

Dental Implants: The Artificial Tooth Root Replacement

If you’re missing one or more teeth, dental implants may be the solution you’re looking for. A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is used in prosthetic dentistry to support restorations that resemble a tooth or a group of teeth. In this article, we’ll discuss what dental implants are and how they work.

Types of Dental Implants

There are several types of dental implants available in the market, but the most successful and widely accepted is the osseointegrated implant. This type of implant is based on the discovery by Swedish Professor Per-Ingvar Brånemark that titanium can be successfully fused into bone when osteoblasts grow on and into the rough surface of the implanted titanium. Other types of implants include implant-supported bridges or implant-supported dentures.

The Implant Procedure

The implant procedure is typically performed as an outpatient surgery under general anesthesia or local anesthesia by trained and certified clinicians, including general dentists, oral surgeons, and periodontists. The most common treatment plan calls for several surgeries over a period of months, especially if bone augmentation is needed to support implant placements. However, some patients can be implanted and restored in a single surgery, in a procedure labeled “immediate function” and “teeth in an hour.”

The Implant Itself

A typical implant consists of a titanium screw with a roughened surface that resembles a tooth root. This surface is treated either by plasma spraying, etching, or sandblasting to increase the integration potential of the implant. An osteotomy or precision hole is carefully drilled into the jawbone, and the implant is installed in the osteotomy.

The Implant Healing Process

Healing and integration of the implant(s) with the jawbone occurs over several months in a process called osseointegration. At the appropriate time, the restorative or cosmetic dentist or prosthodontist uses the implant(s) to anchor crowns or a prosthetic restoration containing several “teeth”. Since the implants supporting the restoration are integrated, the patient is immediately able to chew normally.

What to Expect During the Implant Procedure

During the actual surgery, any teeth, if required, are removed, implants are placed in the jaw bone, and your temporary, non-removable full-set of teeth are attached. This full set of teeth is called the provisional, which is designed to be a template for the final restoration and allows you to leave the office with new, functioning teeth the day of surgery. After the healing and maturing phase, the final prosthesis (set of teeth) is permanently attached, and the doctor will give a final evaluation of your bite and aesthetics.

Who is a Candidate for Dental Implants?

If you’re missing one or more teeth and would like to explore dental implants, make an appointment to see us. We will assess your suitability and whether you have sufficient bone mass. If not, we will perform a bone graft. Call our office today. Dental implants can provide a long-lasting, natural-looking solution for missing teeth, so don’t wait to explore your options.


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