Dr. Kalanuria believes that they are a safer alternative for missing teeth compared to dentures or bridges because they have the same strong chewing force of a natural tooth.
Implants are “anchors” that look like cylinders or screws. Although this may be intimidating, it
would be a lifetime investment on your ability to eat with ease. We are proud to say that Dr.
Kalanuria has changed the lives of many patients whose first response is “I can finally eat steak! I can chew.”
There are many benefits of placing a dental implant. Firstly, there is no chance of getting cavities in an implant. This way you would never have to worry about fillings on that tooth.
Furthermore, the adjacent teeth to the implant would be absolutely protected and remain undamaged.
When the doctor places an implant, she will also work diligently to maintain a healthy jaw bone.
People tend to assume that the gap left behind after losing a permanent adult tooth can remain empty. The reality is that an exposed tooth socket faces the risk of infection, can cause teeth to shift out of alignment, and can cause other issues as well.
With a dental implant, we can help patients avoid those oral health issues. We have the tools and skills necessary to provide patients with a customized dental implant to meet their specific needs.
Dental implants can even help prevent facial structure from changing, providing the functionality needed to perform the same as before the original tooth was damaged.
Supplementing them with a dental crown can also ensure that the dental implant looks perfectly
natural along with your other teeth.
If you are looking for a sturdy, lasting, and discreet replacement tooth, then call us at 215-622-9723 to learn more about our dental implant procedures today.
Having good health, adequate bone and healthy gums would make you a perfect candidate to support dental implants.
You can find us on 2370 York Rd., Jamison. We look forward to seeing you and want to help you in any way we can.
PHOTO CAP: Dr. Vinita Kalunaria and Regan (Dental Assistant) happily working on restoring teeth with new dental implants.