Implant-Retained Crowns – Tallahassee, FL
Complete Your Smile with Beauty and Strength
If you’re missing a single tooth, you may know there are multiple options for replacement. However, none provide you with more health, function, and aesthetic benefits than an implant crown in Tallahassee. While most dentists have to refer out for this treatment, Dr. Matthew Rasmussen is a highly trained periodontist and implant specialist who can place and restore your dental implants at the same location. Keep reading to learn more about implant-retained crowns and how they work.
Why Choose Periodontics & Implant Dentistry of Tallahassee for Implant-Retained Crowns?
- State-of-the-Art Technology
- Highly Trained Periodontist
- Implant Placement & Restoration
How Single Implant Restorations Work
A dental implant is a small titanium post that is surgically placed in the jawbone. Titanium is a biocompatible material, allowing it to fuse to your jaw to become a permanent part of your body. After Dr. Rasmussen decides that an implant-retained crown is right for you, we will book your surgery.
Before beginning, we will ensure that your numb and comfortable. Next, Dr. Rasmussen will create a tiny incision in your gums to access your jawbone. Then, he will make a small hole in the bone for the placement of your implant. Once it’s placed, you’ll leave our office to begin a 3 to 4 month healing period. After this is complete, you’ll come back into our office, where Dr. Rasmussen will place your permanent crown on top of the implant to restore your entire tooth from the roots up.
Benefits of Implant-Retained Crowns
We are proud to offer implant-retained crowns because of the many benefits they provide our patients, including:
- Strength: Enjoy the strongest tooth replacement available, allowing you to chew through all of your favorite hard-to-eat foods with ease.
- Naturality: Implant-retained crowns look and feel like your natural teeth, seamlessly blending in with the rest of your smile.
- Bone health: A dental implant is the only tooth replacement that stimulates your jawbone after tooth loss to prevent it from deteriorating.
- Longevity: With proper care, the dental implant itself can last for a lifetime.
Are You a Good Candidate for an Implant-Retained Crown?
In order for your implant to be successful, you must have good oral health and a strong enough jawbone to accommodate it. Because every smile is different, the best way to know if an implant crown in Tallahassee is right for you is to visit our office for a consultation. Dr. Rasmussen will carefully examine your smile, where you’re missing a tooth, and the volume of your jawbone before recommending a dental implant. From there, we can develop your personalized treatment plan!
Are you ready to complete your smile with strength and beauty? Don’t hesitate to contact our office today to get started!