Dental Implants

Missing teeth can not only affect your bite, but the remaining teeth can also move and shift to fill those gaps over overtime. At Parkwood Dental, our dental implants in Bradenton FL can permanently restore a full smile.

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What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are permanent devices that screw into the jaw and act as replacement tooth roots. They create a solid foundation for a customized fake tooth that is either permanent or removable and fits seamlessly with the rest of your teeth.

During the placement of an implant, a small titanium rod is screwed into the bone socket of the missing tooth. As the jaw heals, it grows around the implant, fixing the rod into place. Once the jawbone has healed, another piece is attached to the rod to secure the tooth.

Implants for Denture Stabilization

Loose dentures can cause you to miss out on your favorite foods and can cause self-consciousness while smiling or talking. With small implants placed in the jaw, your dentures can be better secured for flawless eating and conversation without having to worry about your teeth.


Why Do People Get Dental Implants?

Dental implants can provide several benefits to patients, such as:

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Dentist said I don't have enough bone for dental implants?

If your dentist said you don’t have enough bone for a dental implant, come see our dentists at Parkwood Dental for a free second opinion. With our advanced technology, we are able to accurately place long-lasting dental implants. Our experienced, highly-trained and friendly dentists make the entire implant process stress-free and easy.


Frequently Asked Questions

Am I a Good Candidate for Dental Implants?

Candidacy for dental implants often depends on several factors. Healthy individuals who have good gum health and enough bone in the jaw to hold an implant are often approved for this procedure, although some contraindicating medical conditions may require further evaluation such as diabetes, heart disease, and smoking.

During your consultation, our doctors will perform a comprehensive exam of your teeth using digital x-rays in order to determine the best course of treatment for you.

How Long Will My Dental Implant Last?

Implants are meant to last for several years, but they can be affected by improper oral hygiene. Patients who receive implants should be prepared to brush and floss regularly and maintain proper dental care as well as schedule routine visits to our doctors for cleanings and checkups.

How Long is Recovery?

Typically, the jawbone takes about 12 weeks to heal, but this may vary depending on the patient and the extent of the procedure. Before your dental surgery, our doctors will advise you on any pre-and post-surgical instructions you will need to know and monitor your new implant through follow-up appointments.

Accepting New Dental Implant Patients

Parkwood Dental offers affodable dental implants. From start to finish, all our dental implant services are performed under one roof. Call today to see if you are a candidate for a dental implant.